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By: Kim

Fri, 04 Sep 2009 00:54:23 +0000

Hi Corey and Liam This just reminds me of our visit in February and our stories shared about our relatives in Ireland. My cousin Mary from the farm was so gracious on our second visit. She brought me so many little presents. One was a St. Brigids Cross. It wasn't new and looked like it had hung in her house in the original package for many years. I think I love even more because of that!! the package was filled with prayer cards and notes about the symbolism I feel like i have my own Irish Shrine now!! Mary also gave me the 150th anniversary book of the school that her husband and all the rest of my ancestors went to before coming here. It was such a treat. She is so happy to have me as a pen pal and I love her letters too. It was such a treat to get the St. Bridgids cross which now hangs right next to my china cupboard. If only she would send me Jesus with the broken arm tied to the cross!! THanks for bringing back the memories. I now have her brother in-law on facebook another treat!! His sons I am sure signed him up!! but before we met he barely could use the internet!! It is great to keep in touch with them. Thats all for now, Thanks for the podcast and blog!! Kim

By: Cindy Thomson

Sun, 23 Aug 2009 13:57:11 +0000

If you're interested in a fictional account of her early life, please check out my book Brigid of Ireland. You can find it on Amazon or Hope you don't mind the plug! :)

By: Gina Paterson-Bryant

Sat, 22 Aug 2009 05:41:18 +0000

I had to go to Brigid's well last time, left my trinket too. Chills it gives you when you kneel at the end of that hall and look up, and simply listen to the sounds of the water and breath in. Thanks for the excellent article! :)