Ina theannta sin, fheadfaidh tú ag fheicéail mise féin, Niall, mo bhean a tí Lena, Leon, agus a chailín Chaiside. Bhí an lá nios an-teo ansin. Bhi an grian gheal ansuid.
Mar sin, chuaigh muidsa ar ghrúdlann áitiúil in aice láimhe. D'ol mé gíotan na leann hIndia an-blasta ag ainmithe "Hop Daddy" nó "Hop-a-Matic." Is maith Lena agus mé an leann Beilge a thugtar "Bishop's Tipple" freisin.
Níos déanaí, thiomaint muid go bialann Mheicsiceo. D'ith iasc ag cócaireacht leis gairleog. Is brea liomsa seo agus an h-anlann.
Ar deireadh, bhí ar ais ag dul an gailearaí ealaíne ar lár ina ar baile na dTailte Dearg. Rinne Casaideach agus a cara Eric suiteáil ann. Chríochnaigh muid am i gchuimne, gan amhras.
Graduation with Leo in Redlands
At last, my older son graduated from Johnston Center at the University of Redlands. Cassidy took these two photos above. You can see our family, and Leo "with lei" and Niall in red, two brothers, together too.
Furthermore, you can see myself, Niall, my wife Layne, Leo, and his girlfriend Cassidy. It was a very hot day there. The sun was bright out there.
Therefore, we went ourselves to a local brewery nearby. I drank a bit of the tastiest India Pale Ale named "Hop Daddy" or "Hop-a-Matic." Layne and I liked the Belgian ale called "Bishop's Tipple" too.
Later, we drove to a Mexican restaurant. I ate fish cooked in garlic. I loved this and the salsa.
Finally, we went back to an art gallery in the center of the town of Redlands. Cassidy and her friend Eric made an installation there. We finished a memorable day, without a doubt.