Greetings from Galway

We are in Galway for the Film Fest. Sascha’s project, a collaboration between Brown Bag and Fighting Words, screened today.




12 thoughts on “Greetings from Galway

  1. We left North Clare yesterday with heavy hearts. In Ennis now, and heading back to the sweaty States on Tuesday morning.
    If ye have the time, have lunch, or dinner at The Wild Honey Inn in lisdoonvarna. It is a parents heaven. Everything from gourmet to fish and chips. I will be dreaming about it until I get back. One of the best meals of my life. Relaxed bar food setting belies a gourmet chef.
    I’ll be back again in September and hope to see ye then. Enjoy Galway.

    • Maura: On our first evening in Galway, we strolled by the Connacht Tribune building. A man was sitting in his car with the windows rolled down, smiling with his eyes closed as he listened to you singing “Summer Fly.”
      Safe travels to you and your family.

    • Thanks Lynn! Yes, let’s definitely Skype. It is pouring here today so we are around.

  2. I feel like the kids have changed so much already. They are looking like little men to me. I hope you are making the best of this wonderful weather we are having. I think it has rained every day except one since I’ve been here. I’m already pining for California.

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