MMMbop

Ba duba dop Ba du bop, ba duba dopBa du bop, ba duba dop Ba du, yeah-e-yeah “MMMbop represents a frame of time or the futility of life.”–Zac Hanson It reached international success in 1997…with it’s chorus literally a teeny-bop jingle of nonsense. It’s got an upbeat, optimistic sound, and according to one of it’s…

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Four Years In Review

18 Graduated high school Belgium w/Lulu–it was my first trip without parents Luxembourg w/Semra–the start of our best friendship, first time either of us hosteled Got stranded on the train with nowhere to go, and an almost dead phone–Tobias was my superhero Learned how to live in The Netherlands Ireland & England w/Sem Italy–first time…

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The Back Page Chronicles

Three hooded figures walk into The Back Page, I was sipping a Bulmers, waiting for one of them. The first has black hair and hazel eyes. He’s about my height, and he’s from California. He was my teenage dream, my first real crush. We went on dates, refusing to call them so. He was my…

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Diakonos

By George I think I’ve found it! I think I found the church that I’m meant to be a part of while I’m here in Dublin, and I feel so good and so relieved and so happy, I feel like I’m flying on the wings of Jesus. There are old people, young people, contemporary music,…

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Dublin Writer’s Museum

“I think being a woman is a bit like being Irish. Everyone says you’re important and nice, but you take second best all the time”–Iris Murdoch Lately I’ve been trying to get a job working at a museum. I don’t think it’s going to work, but nevertheless I’m trying. The museum that I had my…

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