Kathryn Ann Spring
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Maureen Kelley-Olson and Kathryn Ann Spring are now friends
Aug 24, 2015
Kathryn Ann Spring commented on Maureen Kelley-Olson's blog post My Wish to Visit The Wild West of Ireland
"I'm so thrilled for you! What a gift for your dream to come true. Admittedly, if the rest of us who had entered the contest had read your entry, many of us most likely would have stepped aside to be a part of your dream. And you are…"
Jul 20, 2015
Aisling Maki commented on Kathryn Ann Spring's blog post The Wild West of Ireland
""Whether I win the contest or not, I've taken a step to embrace the magnificence of life and what it has to offer." That warmed my heart. What hope and strength you have after such a recent loss. It's truly inspiring. ❤️"
Jun 10, 2015
Aisling Maki liked Kathryn Ann Spring's blog post The Wild West of Ireland
Jun 10, 2015
Kathryn Ann Spring posted a blog post

The Wild West of Ireland

My husband passed away 3/31/15. I did not need a boulder up side my head to make me realize that tomorrow is not guaranteed. But a boulder it was to be.  We had many plans but alas, that was not in the cards. I promised my husband that I would not sit in the house and wither away. What better way to keep that promise than to go to Ireland and explore? What little I know of my "roots" is my family, the Parhams, left England for Ireland. Where it goes from there I know not but it will be…See More
Jun 10, 2015
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The Wild West of Ireland

Posted on June 10, 2015 at 4:30pm 1 Comment

My husband passed away 3/31/15. I did not need a boulder up side my head to make me realize that tomorrow is not guaranteed. But a boulder it was to be.  We had many plans but alas, that was not in the cards. I promised my husband that I would not sit in the house and wither away. What better way to keep that promise than to go to Ireland and explore? What little I know of my "roots" is my family, the Parhams, left England for Ireland. Where it goes from there I know not but it will be…

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