Friday, 16 March 2012

Life at a different pace


Although this is a card sent in 1988, I feel sure you could find the same scene today. Some peace could be a good preparation for St Patrick's Day, but I would like to bet many of the noisier celebrations won't be in Ireland at all.

I think the sender was in training for something similar (though not St Patrick's Day unless he started 5 months early) because he lists the things he's been doing, including the Guinness brewery and the Irish Whiskey Corner in Dublin.

This is a post for Postcard Friendship Friday hosted on Beth Niquette's blog The Best Hearts are Crunchy.

12 comments:

  1. That's a great postcard :o)

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    1. They have NAMES, you know. Like Daisy.

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    2. Ah yeah! The first thing that came to my mind when I saw this card was, "Which is Daisy?" :p

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  3. LOL. This is a lovely card.

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  4. I do like this card. It brought an instant smile to my face. What fun! Happy PFF!

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  5. I love the feel of this postcard. lol I remember an old farmer I knew as a kid, who's cows loved him so much, they'd follow him around like puppy dogs. Such a gentle strong man.

    Thank you for the memory and for this delightful postcard! Happy PFF!

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  6. I could use a rush hour like this occasionally.

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  7. This is wicked! hahaha
    One can see a similar scene in Cambodia except for the hills in the background and a different breed of cows. Steaks on parade!

    Postcards Crossing

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