This been a real tuff week for all us 2 wakes of the great amazing men lost too soon! We gotta keep this great man names alive! #irishpride#irish we gotta keep these brothers names alive! And for any the family going threw it i know what it's like an I here for u all take your frustrations out in the gym hit the heavy bag join the gym and all the programs to release the stress in a positive way I don't want to see nobody go down especially the young ones! Don't wanna see anybody go down the roads i did after i lost my father and best friend in the world! 🌎 very happy with all the support an great man and women that it here made today! Great turn out ! #positivevibes im here for everybody!! Don't hesitate to contact me I'm here for you all! Let's keep the memory alive of these Great Men of this week that we lost let's keep that memory live in a positive way!!!
My husband and I on St. Patrick's Day.
We got out for a few that day.
When you are both #irish ...kinda hard not to show up.
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Oh, Brooklyn. I loved the movie (tears at the end!) but the book wasn't as colorful-maybe the movie brought it to life! Eilis lives at home in Ireland; her older sister Rose works and supports the family. When E gets the hookup with a job in the Big Apple, she sets sail for BK, baby, and all the glamour that NYC has to offer. There she meets Tony, a *gasp* nice Italian boy. Anyway she tries to live her best life, no matter how many hearts she breaks along the way. Does Eilis have any sort of agency? Does she fulfill her dreams? Did Rose know!? Did moms read the letters? Why is Miss Kelly such a B? We will never know. TLDR; really just watch the movie. Also, thanks mom for the cool plate. #brooklyn#colmtoibin#brooklynmovie#bookreview#bookclub#bookshelf#nypl#readersofinstagram#bookstagram#reading#ilovereading#ireland#irish#fiction#bookworm