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“KW – I had one of those epic, sweeping dreams last night and you were in it. Dreams are impossible to describe as it’s most about tone, but you worked at this amazing, weird old-school photo developing factory. Like Kodak, but totally Willy Wonka. You snuck me in and I wandered around. Got swept up by this amazing, non-harming chemical bath, which was fun, not scary. So much more to it. At the end of the work day a co-worker of yours spoke to me in an Irish accent. So my logical brain was clearly keeping track of the real world. It was an awesome adventure type dream.”

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“variable clouds/you and me right now.”
From the Newton Notes, Apple’s first personal digital assistant. 2002

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Frederick Douglass, born into slavery, never knew his exact birthday. He changed the world and died on this day 125 years ago.
My favourite American πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡²

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Another great morning in Killiney

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Saint Catherine, Jerpoint Abbey, Thomastown

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Irish Immigration and Naturalisation Service

I asked why the washrooms are lit blue. It’s so that drug addicts won’t be able to see their veins.

You’re looking at an Irish Resident. I will be able to work and live here until the summer of 2021.

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As punishment for refusing to abandon her Christian faith, Catherine was sentenced to die at the breaking wheel. As soon as it touched her, the wheel unraveled and fell apart.
Several people over my lifetime who have glanced at the spelling of my name have ended up calling me Kathryn Wheeler, and it is currently happening a lot in Ireland.
The legacy of Catherine as martyr and saint is strong through history. Here in the British Isles, the legacy has even taken a delicious candy form.

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