Remnants, Memories

This is an abandoned home or inn nestled into the Gap of Dunloe in Ireland.  It was grand in size, and must have been a fine place in its heyday.  I love places like this; not sure why, but ruins always interest me more than perfectly preserved houses.  I don’t know who lived here; I wish I did, but someone remembers them and tells fine stories about good times spent within these walls.  Slainte, Lisa

P.S.  Moral of the story?  None of us are perfect; all of us have “crumbly bits.”  But “do not lose heart.  Though our outer self is wasting away, our inner self is being renewed day by day.”  (2 Corinthians 4:16) Hope indeed.  🙂

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6 thoughts on “Remnants, Memories

  1. Those buildings are quite a testimony to the craftsman who built time. Can any less be said about us? We may stumble, fall and become discouraged, but there is a purpose, and if we listen, perhaps we will emerge better for it.

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