Hi Siusan and Zig. Two questions. Have you made any CD;s and are you planning any trips to Central Pa. on your
trip east. A couple of months ago we had Celtic Woman at the Bryce Jordan Center on the Penn State Campus. All concerts were sold out. Of your CD's which one do you think is best.
I used to play guitar, banjo and dulcimer but was in an accident so a couple of fingers don't work to well. Bummer !
I saw in today's Thursday Lansing State Journal (entertainment section)
you are performing in Old Town @ the Creole Gallery on St Patrick's Day. There is a nice article about you and your husband Zig. I hope I can attend your performance and looking forward to meet you and Zig. Have a great day, Jim Ebert (Dewitt, Mi) aka Forrest
Thank you both so much for your frienship, i enjoyed looking through your photos, very similar to my collection.. see them in my profile on myspace.com/dieharddivah you can send me a friend request there if you like, i would be happy to have you on my page. cheers, Dee
Since I noticed we are talking about relatives I am related to none other than Charlie Kerins anyone who knows Irish history knows of the story of Charlie Kerins and his story. If there is more that anyone can add to my great uncles legacey I would love to hear it :-)
Well, i left Staten Island in 1963 when i was 18 years old.I joined the navy and ended up in Viet Nam for 18 months.After the Navy i went to Mo in Donegalntana ,and i,m still here.I work in Alaska during the summer and then Yellowstone Park during the winter.I know there are alot of changes on Staten Island because i keep in contact with my relatives back there.Hey,guess who is my cousin,(by marrage)? Your very own Daniel O'Donnell!! I,ve never met the man myself but all my cousins have.I,ve yet to visit Kincasslough or Owey Island in Donegal,but i will someday.