Still kissing the Tarmac in Orlando

After an adventure with long-term parking we finally made it to the Orlando airport, checked in, cleared security, and race-walked our way to gate 58 at the far end of the terminal. Boarding hadn’t even started! We got on board only to hear that we were Tarmac-bound for another 40 minutes because of air-traffic congestion near Philly…


“The Blessed” by Yeats

As we begin this Irish journey, here is a poem by famed Irish poet, William Butler Yeats, The Blessed: THE BLESSED by: William Butler Yeats (1865-1939) UMHAL called out, bending his head, Till Dathi came and stood, With a blink in his eyes, at the cave-mouth, Between the wind and the wood.   And Cumhal […]
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