Interview with EMILY J. PETERSEN Interview With EMILY J. PETERSEN Just in case you wanted to know more about me, check out the interview I did with blogger Kenyona R. Copeland. Advertisements Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading... Related 16 thoughts on “Interview with EMILY J. PETERSEN” Add yours Emily, well done. It is nice to learn a little more about you. Have the best of time in Ireland. Take care, BTG Reply Thanks! I’m excited for the trip, and my kids are excited for us to leave them here with fun aunts and uncles and babysitters. Reply We had a wonderful trip to Ireland. Where are you going to visit there? Reply We are staying in Limerick for the conference, but we are planning a day trip to Dublin and some day trips to areas in the west. Should be fun! Where did you go? Reply Have a great time! My husband is from Limerick and we lived in Dublin for two years (we’re in England now so we still go back to visit family and friends a few times a year). Let me know if you want any recommendations! Reply Very nice! I would love some recommendations on where to eat. Email me at januarypetersen at yahoo [dot] com. Thanks! In Dublin, visit Dublinia, which is a museum about the Viking influence in Ireland. My kids loved it. Southwest of Dublin is a National Stud Farm which is actually pretty cool; there is also a garden there. If you get chance, there is a village near Limerick called Bunratty Castle. There is a cool village tour just outside the castle, plus if you want something cheesy and fun, there is troupe that performs a musical comedy in the castle during a feast. Do catch live music in the pubs, if you can, as it is fun to sing along. If you go west, the cities of Killarney and Galway are must sees, as are the Cliffs of Moher (spectacular) and Ring of Kerry (which is a circular road with vistas along the west coast). If you go out, dress in layers with a rain proof jacket, which you can shed, as it is green there for a reason. Have fun. This was our favorite family vacation. BTG Reply Thank you! We saw Bunratty today! 🙂 Great interview, Emily! Reply Thank you! Reply Thanks.I loved it. Keep it up. All the best. Reply 🙂 Reply Beautiful, but I hope it was recorded 🙂 Reply Thanks! Reply I also loved The Good Earth, and read it when I was very young! Reply 🙂 It is such a great book! Reply Join the Conversation Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email. Notify me of new posts via email.