64 years old and married. My mother was carring me when she left Ireland in 1945. Ophaned in New York and later adopted by family that lead me to Asia, Hawaii, and the West Coast of the United States. My adopted family on my mothers side all were from Ireland and I loved them so very much that I feel that Ireland is home but have never been there. Love ya!
Music of Ireland, USA music country, blues, and mountain.
Currently Reading? (Books Magazines etc)
Frank Delaney's "Shannon" Tis a sad tale of a priest in Ireland 1922
thank you for adding me sir.what do u do sir?and plz suggest me career options for me,am so much confused..i did mechanical engineering and after that marine engineering and now thinking which way to go.am a confused idiot.
Good to hear from you. The snow has melted here and the rains have returned ya get so use to it, it hardly matters. I have new ford ranger and had a short chance to try out the four wheel drive on iceed roads, it felt good to sit in the truck and control the drives rather than having to climb out and lock the hubs. Christmas is nearly here so my wife and I want to wish you a Merry Christmas and hope the snow up there doesn't slow ya down much.
I am sixty-four years old. My wife of seventeen years is Vietnamese, her name is Anh (Ann). I have two sons in their thirties from my first marriage. In 1945 my mother carring me inside came from Ireland to New York. She gave me up for adoption so I spend my early years in a fondling home in Lackawanna, New York. The Irish they do get around a bit, wouldn't ya say! In any case I have listened to LiveIreland for a time and love the music it make for me a bit of a connection to a land I never have seen. Now I would like to get more involved with people and share. Your the first person I have contacted. The best to ya and your lovely wife.
Proud to be a friend Michael. My mothers maiden name was O'Conner. And I too feel a tie to Ireland. I married a Schlutz! - not at all Irish. She's been a wonderful wife for 30+ years. Tumwater WA and we meet via Ireland. Who'd a thunk! Well supper is ready (you can call me late - but don't call me late for supper).