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Dec 5, 2009
Meabh left a comment for James P Mahon
"Alas James I don't live there, just have the pleasure of visiting it every now and then. Still has its charm, friendly people, slow pace and fast food James Its moving on with the times as well. Growing population and spreading out like most…"
Nov 18, 2009
James P Mahon left a comment for Meabh
"I love Galway too. It was the last town on my too short holiday a few years ago, and the town I will start my next visit in. How are things there now, still lots of students and slow food?"
Nov 17, 2009
James P Mahon and Susan Nash are now friends
Jul 30, 2009
James P Mahon left a comment for Susan Nash
"Susan, That's wonderful you are proud of your Irish roots and are wanting to live there. I'd say just get there and start talking with the people and you will find a way. As long as your focus is not on money, but living in the fullest…"
Jul 29, 2009
Susan Nash left a comment for James P Mahon
"Hello James, Like you my I am having thoughts of moving to Ireland. I have nothing to keep me here in the states..My gypsy soul is calling me across the sea..."
Jul 29, 2009
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Apr 13, 2009

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Seattle
About Me:
Divorced father of 5 grown children, Love Ireland and poetry, writing, music. Play piano, can sing. Looking for things beyond the material
Favorite Music:
Van Morrison, very eclectic from bluegrass to jazz, folk to symphonies - Live music is best
Currently Reading? (Books Magazines etc)
Oh, Play that Thing; Saveur mag;harlan ellison; Persian myths

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At 22:25 on November 18, 2009, Meabh said…
Alas James I don't live there, just have the pleasure of visiting it every now and then. Still has its charm, friendly people, slow pace and fast food James Its moving on with the times as well. Growing population and spreading out like most towns in Ireland. Nice to hear from you.
At 4:37 on July 29, 2009, Susan Nash said…
Hello James, Like you my I am having thoughts of moving to Ireland. I have nothing to keep me here in the states..My gypsy soul is calling me across the sea...
At 8:18 on November 21, 2008, Mysstree said…
Thank you for the welcome.And,yes I like the tree's roots too.I chose that avatar because I have a fondness for trees and celtic art.

~Mysstree
At 22:17 on September 27, 2008, Laura G said…
I read your article - you got it right. So, you do understand that I love Ireland just because it is. I am glad to know I am not the only one! In a matter of 2 or 3 days of being there I knew I had lost my heart forever. Thanks for taking the time to put your thoughts down on paper. <3 *laura*
At 20:11 on September 27, 2008, Laura G said…
Thanks for putting the article on, I just was going to say it wasn't attached :o). I'll be back after I read it! *laura*
At 22:09 on September 25, 2008, James P Mahon said…
Oops, forgot to attach theVantheMan&theBurning_Ground-1.txt article! Hope this works.
At 22:26 on September 24, 2008, Laura G said…
I am glad to hear that Ireland will be / should be beautiful in October. It was amazing in May. I am so looking forward to being there again.

When my grandma brought up the idea of wanting to to Ireland last spring, who was I to refuse a trip? I can't say that I had always dreamed of going there, but it sounded okay to me. My mom and aunt and grandmother had been the ones doing all the research into our relatives who left Ireland during the famine and family history of the Fitzgeralds.

But when we got there and I saw the country and met the people, I totally lost my heart! It's something I can't put into words. Not the feeling some people have of "home", I just love it because it is. Does that even make sense...probably not. Oh well....

I haven't seen Van Morrison ever, but I tried to pull up some videos on youtube. Not much out there on him. I just know he is called the Belfast Cowboy. That seems funny to me. My older brothers played a lot of music and so I think I tend to like what they listened to and he is one of them. Also The Guess Who, Chicago, some others.

I really like Florida. I have been there several times. Of course, I am a big fan of sunshine and warmth! *laura*
At 23:43 on September 23, 2008, Walter said…
James,

With the 'hat and beard' we have much in common. Not to mention poetry, singing, an eclectic taste in music and of course last but not least . . .Van Morrison (a fellow 'Belfastonian' of mine). Nice to have you as a friend!

Cheers . . . Walter
At 13:13 on September 23, 2008, Laura G said…
I see you like Van Morrison, I like him too (or at least some of his stuff). I have his Brown Eyed Girl playing on my page.
At 13:11 on September 23, 2008, Laura G said…
Thanks for the photo comment! I lucked out on the lighting. I had been walking around Dublin all evening and was trying to find my way back to my hotel and was walking past this (museum) and snapped it. It was almost too dark! Plus, I don't have that great of a camera! I am going back to Ireland in two weeks with a better camera, so I hope to get better pictures. I don't know if I'll be back in Dublin, but I'll get to see the Ring of Kerry that I didn't get to see in May. Thanks again!
 
 
 

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