Places to Visit

There has been lots of stuff going on! First, I found out I will have to apply to stay in Ireland for longer than 90 days as soon as I get there. I'm fine with that though, it will honestly take a bit of stress off me. I'm working crazy long hours, and as soon as I get my birth certificate in the mail I think I am going to get another job and drop Michaels. It isn't worth my time to be working at Michaels when I could be making more at another job, and it isn't worth the stress anymore. I'm starting to get really burned out working so much and I want to get this done as soon as possible. Tips are always nice so I was thinking about waitressing or maybe another coffee shop, something of the sort. Hopefully my clumsiness isn't a huge problem. :)

Second, as I mentioned I will need a laptop. I asked Chris to help me find one since I'm absolutely oblivious when it comes to finding anything even remotely close to what I need. He found a really really super cool one too. I'll wait a few more months before I get it, but I'm very excited! Here's the link:

Beautiful, right? And it sounds perfect for what I need.

I started putting together a list of all the things I want to see and do as soon as I get to Ireland. I have to admit I'm going to have a lot of fun being a tourist for the first couple of weeks. I'm especially excited for the castles, Killarney National Park, and the main street area. When you look at pictures of Downtown Killarney, it is totally surreal.

Here's a general list:

Muckross House

Muckross Abbey

Gap of Dunloe

Ross Castle

Dingle Peninsula
As you can tell I had fun finding photos, but I can't wait to take my own! :) I'm going to be permanently glued to my camera once I get there. Can't wait.

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