February 2016

Bog Bodies, Famine Ships, and Ireland’s Oldest Library

It’s been a busy week since I got back from Bruges. On Tuesday, I volunteered with Solas, an organization that helps at-risk Ireland youth, for the second time….

In Bruges (it rhymes with Scrooge, silly Americans)

Well, the 72 hours I spent in Bruges were… (prepare yourself for the 8,000 words that follow this statement) …covered in a lot of confetti. You’ll see what I…

Northern Ireland

The past 48 hours have been a blur of cold hands, breathtaking sights, and laughing until my stomach aches. It was a whirlwind trip of Belfast,  the Dark…

Trauma, Rebellion, and Rain

I ate rice with butter in bed this morning and now my room smells like rice, butter, and sleep. No regrets. This is the first morning I’ve spent…

bray head

The Crash

Today, I crashed. I didn’t get hit by a bus, which is highly probable here. But I crashed. I rolled. I tumbled around on the ground for a…

little museum of dublin

Little Museum of Dublin ft. RICE

So, my home girl Abbie hooked me up today. Mondays are great for me because I only have one class and it’s not until 5:15 pm. Couple this…