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April 10, 2009

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Tiffany

Oh Wow Selia.....I think the Ireland pics are my favorite {ok, well they are ALL gorgeous}....but I love lush green land and castles!!! I know it was just stunning there!!
Thanks for sharing!!!
Tiff :)

Paula

Hello dearest Selia,

I am just popping in to tell you how very much I miss your blog posts! I so look forward to many more. Your blog is such a source of inspiration and beauty! I am always blessed by you! You are so kind, beautiful and creative! So, until you are able to post again, I shall throughly enjoy your archives!

Much love to you sweet friend!
Paula

Paula Whitaker Whisenant

Hello, Selia,

You're so missed here in Blog Land. Sure do miss your posts. Hope you're doing well. Would love to hear from you!

Paula

jennifer

Breathtaking scenery!!
Thanks for sharing!

xo,
jen

michelle

So glad you are back but sad that you are sick. Your trip looks delightful!
Michelle

Kelly

Ireland looks absolutely beautiful. Being part Irish, I've always wanted to visit there. And now, I must say, I *have* to start saving up to get there someday! Thanks for sharing your beautiful journey with us.
I hope you get to feeling better soon.
HUGS!

Cathy Santarsiero

Thanks for sharing your trip photos with us. So lovely.

Sandi

Hi Selia,
What wonderful pictures! Hubby would be most interested in seeing them as he is of Irish descent. Lovely! Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Sandi

Paula Whitaker Whisenant

Hello, Dear Selia,

How beautiful!! It looks like you had a fabulous time in Ireland! It's so good to have you back and find your emails in my mailbox again! We must do some catching up! Please tell me what wonderfully creative things you're working on since you've returned! I know it's something spectacular! I hope you're feeling much better and enjoying all this beautiful weather in your garden. Happy Spring!

Love, Paula

Ruth

It is nice that you are feeling better. Thank you for sharing the pictures of your trip with us. Ireland is so beautiful and I can't wait to see England and France.
Thank you for sharing them with us.

Madai

Selia dear!!! How happy to have you back here with us!! I'm so sorry you were sick, that is such a nasty bug, we had it too :( no fun!
You were missed but look at the exciting tales you have to share with us!! I've done little traveling so just gazing at your pictures is an AMAZING adventure for me!
I LOVE the castles!! Gosh, I did not realize that Enya had a castle?? How cool is that?!!!!
And your hubby is a HOOT!! hahaha!! So cute!!
That Blarney stone picture made me a little queasy, lol, I'm with you, I will pass, :)
Thanks again for sharing your adventure, I will be looking forward to seeing England thru your eyes dear friend!
It is a shame there weren't many speaking the old language, I do love an Irish or Scottish accent, don't you? ;)
Welcome back!!!
xoxoxo ~ Madai
PS thank you for your visit at Wren Cottage, I was sooo HAPPY to see you!! Hope you have fun playing in your little piece of earth!

Eli

Welcome back Selia. I've been popping down your Rabbit Hole over the past weeks just to see if there was any word from you and now I can see why there wasn't. What a fantastic trip. You sound to have lived like a lord and lady in the Emerald Isle. Its a wonderful country. Thanks for the tour. I found it very interesting and am looking forward to the next installment, Eli

Paula

Dearest Selia,

I am so glad you are home! I have missed you so much! I am very sorry to hear how sick you have been! Your photos are so beautiful! I loved seeing them and reading about your trip. Ireland is very beautiful! The hotel you stayed in is so lovely and just look at that view from your balcony! Tim looks great in his leprechaun outfit!

I am glad the food was good! Oh, those castles are amazing! Thank you so much for sharing! I look forward to more!

Love, Paula

clarice


Wow, how beautiful. David and I have really wanted to go to Ireland. That hotel is amazing. I am sorry you came home sick, but it is so nice to have you back. Clarice

Dee

Breathtakingly beautiful! I'm so envious, Selia, but so happy you were able to go and had such a good time. I'm eager to see the rest of the pictures from your travels! Welcome home. You were missed!

Mary Anne Komar

Glad you had a wonderful time, my husband and I were blessed to have lived outside of Dublin for 2 years!!! The tales are endless and so mystical. Can't wait to hear your stories, and maybe later I will share some too!

Cori. G

Hi Selia,
Ireland looks so beautiful through your eyes. I've always wanted to visit there. I'll enjoy seeing more of it through your posts.

Happy Easter!

Cori G.

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