even when i’m far from home, i can’t resist the pull of a good field of wildflowers. just like back in rhode island, the fields across from where we’re staying are filled with clover and buttercups and whispery grasses. luckily my classmates indulge my urges. they helped me pick enough to make this welcome sign for the rest of our crew. and they allowed me to decorate our dinner table with a few small bouquets. there’s no reason a research team can’t have a little fun, too. right?
you're livin' the dream lady!
it's so nice to see your photos, erin. my cousins live just down the road from you in Birr. 🙂 Lizzy
beautiful, erin! it must have been so wonderful for the rest of your group to be welcomed with flowers.
love it! that welcome sign is perfect for making one smile!!
this was inspired! I love it!
this is so gorgeous!! i hope your trip is going wonderfully! i've been super busy and just read through all your posts i've missed over the last week and they made me smile, a lot! thanks!
Lovely flowers! I miss that incomparable Irish landscape! Enjoy your time there!
so jealous you're in ireland. one of my must-visits. these photos are beautiful–have so much fun!
beautiful pictures! have fun!
you look like you were born there! i love the welcome sign and the flowers on the table. love everything on the table, actually. thanks for sharing!
oh how i love wildflowers! and what you've done with them is a thing of beauty!
your newest follower, here!! adore your blog!
I can't believe I lived so close to Ireland for 23 years (in the UK) and never got round to visiting!
Exquisite! You look so happy.
Your "welcome" is perfect and you look so pretty in the field of flowers. That's you, right?
well that sign might just be the cutest thing ever
nice to see you 🙂
welcome back to the US…am happy to hear about your new adventures.
seriously!! that is the best welcome sign i have ever seen! your crew must have been thrilled!
ooooooooh i love this!! the welcome sign made my heart smile.
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