Wednesday, October 20, 2010

Wordless Wednesday: Over your head, under your feet, or right beside you on the street: Irish Symbols

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  1. Hi Cindy, Thanks so much for your Gaelic comment. I'm glad you think they're beautiful and may you have a thousand good things as well. Slán agus beannacht. Cheers! Jennifer.
    Translation for English readers: 'Álainn' means 'beautiful', 'Go raibh maith agat' literally means 'may you have a thousand good things' and is the Irish way of saying 'thank you very much'. 'Slán agus beannacht' means 'Bye and Blessings'.

  2. Again, and again, you show me haunting beauty, thank you! I am beginning to feel that the beauty in Ireland would be overwhelming, heartbreaking, fabulous.

  3. I dream of visiting this beautiful country. Wonderful symbolism. Wish I could remember them all. Guess it is back to the books.


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