It was a moment of great relief to find myself in the front row of a television audience as I watched a live demonstration on the theme of ‘home wall decor’.
The moment, in the Irish language, has been a long time coming, and it has finally come.
It was a day to celebrate a day of Irish home décor, and a day where we will be able to say that we are Irish.
It’s a day when we celebrate our history and our culture, and we celebrate the uniqueness of our culture and our people.
It’s also a day that we have been preparing for for a long, long time.
It’s been a lot of work, and while I was at the end of the ceremony, I had a moment where I realised that I was not the only one with a big heart.
The people I saw in the audience, many of whom had travelled the world to experience the world’s first and only home wall, all of them were very happy.
A lot of people from around the world were there to see this first wall being built, and for many, it will be their first time actually seeing a home wall in the real world.
When I arrived in the country, I knew that the wall was going to be there for years to come.
It was not only going to make a huge impact on the landscape, it was going on to transform our daily lives as well.
The new wall will not only be there to be a reminder of the history of the country that we live in, but it will also serve as a place for the people to talk and share ideas.
It will be an ideal place for students, for families, and even for people who have never been to Ireland, but will still have an interest in our culture.
It will also be a place that the Government can look at and say, “We know we need to do this to keep people in the area”.
We want to build this wall for a reason, and the reason is simple: to keep Irish people in their homes, and to keep the people of Ireland and Ireland’s heritage alive.