This is one of my favorite times of year for no better reason than my own Irish pride. Wishing I was in Ireland today, but this statue of St. Patrick and an Irish lager will have to do.
Wishing everyone else a good, green day and maybe even a pot of gold at the end of your rainbow.
May those that love us, love us.
And those that don’t love us,
May God turn their hearts.
And if he doesn’t turn their hearts,
May he turn their ankles,
So we’ll know them by their limping.
Amidst its rekindling, Christchurch has embraced the lighter side of life.
Murals mark the sides of surviving buildings, like this commentary on climate change.
Last post, I alluded to some wandering I did while my aunt was visiting Austin. We happened across a beautiful October day and spent it at the Ladybird Johnson Wildflower Center.
Not my house.
Back in October, my aunt came to visit our new place in Austin. She will forever go down in history as the first person to sign my guest book.
Recently I got a coupon with my grocery receipt which was good for two free tickets to go to a Texas Stars hockey game at the Cedar Park Arena. It was impressively serendipitous considering a conversation I’d had with some friends a few days before about going to see a game this hockey season. Needless to say, later that week we found ourselves in line in the rain waiting to redeem our tickets.