And In the Town, There Was a Cottage

Sometimes I love to think about all the millions of towns, scattered in every country of the world.  And every town is full of people, living somewhere, and going through their everyday lives.  Then I think about how I don’t know most of these people, and I probably never will.  But they all matter; they are all created in the image of God.

Then my mind starts to think of the towns that I have traveled to before…ones that I loved and lived in for a short while, like Portmagee, Ireland.  For a while, we stayed there, shopped in their grocery stores, ate at their restaurants, listened to their music, and then we came home.  Yet life in Portmagee continues, and we are continuing here back at home.  The musings of a Saturday….:)

And In the Town…

…there was a cottage. A wonderful cottage.
Reencaheragh Cottage, Portmagee

May your little corner of the world be blessed today; you are important and loved by your Creator!  Slainte, Lisa

The Best Donkey I Never Really Knew

Sometimes you meet people or animals on your travels that you wished you had the time to get to know better.  If you actually lived there, they would be the ones you would make sure to take the time to say “hi” to, to visit, to pet through the fence everyday on your way by.  This little donkey is one of those.  He hangs out near the boats at Lord Brandon’s Cottage on the Gap of Dunloe tour in Ireland.  He seemed so happy to visit with us, and he really was as furry as he looks.

I hope this little guy is still doing well; he really brightened our day!  Enjoy your Saturday.  Slainte, Lisa