Wondrous Wednesday #66

As some of you may know from Wondrous Wednesday #64, Patrick and I got married on March 14th! It was the most magical day ever- we couldn’t be happier! I like to call our wedding and honeymoon, my Irish Fairytale come true. After we got married on St. Patrick’s Day weekend we headed to Ireland for a wondrous whirlwind of fun, adventure, learning about Ireland’s history and our family’s heritage, relaxing, eating great food, romance (of course!) and seeing the beautiful country of Ireland. We saw the Cliff’s of Moher, Kissed the Blarney Stone, went golfing and SO MUCH more. We visited the cutest towns in Counties: Dublin, Galway, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick. Enjoy my slide show!


Every Wednesday we’ll be sharing a photo showing off a little bit of wonder in the lives of our extended Graco family of customers.

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3 Responses to “Wondrous Wednesday #66”

  1. BananaBlueberry April 1, 2009 at 7:24 pm #


    I watched your slideshow- my Irish husband and I went to Ireland for our 1 year anniversary !!!!!!!!!!!

    We kissed the Blarney Stone (a little scary- I was like, ‘What? It’s not on the ground?!’) We started in Dublin and made our way down and around the country :) Did you go to Ross Castle- it was the best castle tour I’ve ever been on!
    We got to go back 3 years ago to attend a wedding in Fitzgerald Castle in Waterford-
    and got to spend the night in the castle- totally cool!

    Best Wishes! Slan!

  2. Erin April 2, 2009 at 2:40 pm #

    Thank you!!
    We didn’t go to the Ross Castle. Where is is? We stayed at Adare Manor which is an old castle… I felt like a princess!
    Getting married in a castle in Ireland sounds amazing!!

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