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What we did while Mom was gone. (part 1) by lily10q
March 31, 2010, 10:33 am
Filed under: Dublin, Uncategorized


Hello, Our mom is in mn. We have done some things while she was gone. 1) We went to the national leprachaun musem. When you walked in there you went through a tunnell that was like supposed to make you feel like you shrank in to leprachaun size. Then you walked under the giants causeway. Which was cool only a little boring. Then you went to this room with GIANT furniture. It had a giant love seat and giant table and chairs that you could climb on. Then this room with a map of ireland and told like where in ireland faries lived and so on. then you went through the rain room. This room was a little cheap. It was just a room with umbrellas stuck everywhere. then the rainbow. This was a hallway with multi colored strings hanging from the ceiling that you ran through. Then of course the pot of gold at theend. Which was a tiny pot of gold painted rocks. Then an orange room. It was like a celtic tiger room or something. Then a hallway with a story on the wall and trees on the otherside of the wall. Then it ended with a room where they told stories and you could draw pictures. 2) We also went to my dance recital. It was it Johnstown (my school). 3) We have seen LOADS of movies and flown tons of kites.4) Ate at a restaraunt called seapoint which has the best french fries ever!

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Boy! I’m really impressed that you can update the blog all by yourselves. WE will see you in 4 weeks–can’t wait. love, G’ma T

Comment by Grandma Treacy

Nice blog post. Maybe I cna get you to do more!

Comment by Ann Treacy

I love huge furniture. When we were kids we went to Universal Studios and saw the props from The Incredible Shrinking Woman. I thought it was so cool. Do you remember that Ann?

Comment by Katie

I remember Universal Studios but have no recollection of the Shrinking Woman stuff. Maybe you guys left me behind to clean the hotel room while you did the really fun stuff.

Comment by Ann Treacy




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