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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4 comments:

  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'.

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  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.

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  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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