International Children's Literature Course to Ireland and Wales July 7-29 2009
Of course, paying for it...ah, there's the problem.
Well, a girl can dream!
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Monday, December 08, 2008
What I Really, Really Want To Do This Summer
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...I can't even find where it says how much it costs.
Afraid to look, frankly.
On the other hand, just going to those places in Ireland on your own wouldn't be that expensive... theoretically...
I couldn't find the price, either, and figured, "if you have to ask, it's too much." Though I'll keep my eye on it just in case it is affordable.
And when you find out, let me know! (Not that I have anywhere near that much vacation time, but July's always a slow month here...)
Word verification, btw, is "hinesses," which I imagine is a derogatory term for the queen bee mean girls.
I am hoping to go but it depends on if I can use the credits toward my studies. I'm going to get a syllabus and see what happens. I was told it would be about $4,000. Ouch, but could be well worth it for three weeks in Ireland and Wales! Especially if I can use the credits!
Well, it all sounds WONDERFUL!!!
I have always wanted to visit Ireland and Wales. I love P.J. Lynch. Ignis is one of my favorite dragon books..
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