Thank you

Hi, Just wanted so say thank you for all the work put into this. I have Irish citizenship through some convoluted means (through my grandfather but for some reason neither of my siblings have it, still don't understand how I do). And while I've never been to Ireland, I've set a goal for myself to move there in 2016. This is the time of my life to do incredibly random things and I might as well take advantage of my Irish heritage. Learning Irish is a way to stay motivated, interested and goal-oriented. It's also a really fun to test my grandmother's memory of the language.

So thank you.

January 18, 2015


This was great to read! Thanks for sharing! I personally am loving Irish and I would love to live in Dublin or Cork! I love the history of Ireland and I have always been intrigued by Celtic languages! I don't have any Irish ancestry ( I am Persian, 3% Georgian), but I would still love to live there and call Ireland my home. I have lived in the USA for most of my life, and I think it would be nice to move to a different country and experience another culture! (: who knows? I might just get an Irish Wolfhound too! (:

Go raibh maith agat!! ^_^

Thank you! The history is fascinating. I haven't yet got tired of reading stories and books about it. I've always lived in one place (with the exception of a few years away for school) so the idea of just up and going is wonderful.

Good to see you reclaim your heritage. Where are you from?

Thanks. I'm from The Bahamas. Ireland does seem a world a way.

Tropical! I know the Irish were sent as slaves to Jamaica and Barbados in some numbers. What about the Bahamas?

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