Saturday, March 28, 2009


If you are going to be in the area of Hudson, NH any time soon, you should stop in to a neat little restaurant called Dynamite Sushi! I will be the latest addition of artists who frequent the walls of this fine establishment. Now, I am not a big Sushi eater, never have been. That said, even if your not, stop on by and check out some cool art.
My art should be hanging for about a month and then there should be another artist in there. If you do happen to "stumble" upon Dynamite Sushi, please let me know what you think of my art and the restaurant as a whole. It's always good to hear everyones opinions.

On a side note, Jim, if you are reading this, I am sure your going crazy about my punctuation and in places lack there of!
 I just want to state for the record that I am not a writer and I will make those "common mistakes".


Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Welcome HOME!

I am and have been back on American soil for about a week now. I have been fighting off a cold and trying to get back in the swing of things.
It's hard to adjust to a totally different lifestyle. I went from working everyday, to traveling everyday, back to going to work. I know what you are thinking, " it was only for a week"! Yes, it is true, I only traveled for a week, but you get so wrapped up in what your doing, you are thinking different thought, living a different lifestyle and sometimes you don't want to live any other.
I can definitely see myself traveling the world, even if it's for a short amount of time and in small trips like my recent visit to Ireland. 
Anyways, enough of my rambling... How was the trip? How was Ireland? It was bloody freakin' brilliant!!! I only slept 6 hours in the first two days of being there. That definitely took it's toll on my immune system as the trip went on. Lack of sleep is never good. 

Nonetheless, my brother's and I had a blast. A trip for the memory banks. We will remember this always.  Hopefully I (we) will be able to make back to the motherland again. However, until that time comes, I have these photos and a bunch more to remind me of the trip.

The first photo is of me kissing the Blarney Stone. To the right, I am in front of the Guinness Brewery!!! It was better than I imagined.  Next up are the Cliffs of Mohr. They were absolutely breathtaking. I took a picture of a few brightly colored doors while I was over there. Someday when I have my own place, I will be painting my front door a vibrant Red or an electrifying Yellow! That way I will never go into the wrong house on the way home from the bars.  ;) Finally, there is a picture of all three of us enjoy a pint of Ireland's finest!

That's all for now folks! I can definitely say with no regret, "There is no place like home". Besides, I don't like being away from my g/f.  I was missing my love waaaay too much.  :)


Sunday, March 15, 2009


Allright, as I said, I would try and provide an update while I am in Ireland. I have 3 mins. to write this because they charge for computer usage.

I am in Dublin now. Galway and Cork were AMAZING!!! Ireland is already surpassing my every expectation. We (my brother's and I) are going on the Dublin tour today and hitting all the sights!

Tomorrow is St. Pattys and if the trip will tell me anything it is sure to be a killer event!

Times up.


Monday, March 9, 2009

2 More Days till Ireland!!!

Yes, you heard right folks, in two days I will be in the air heading to Ireland!!!
Check out the map. This is the ground (in a nutshell) that I will be covering over the week. It's going to be a lot of go, go, go and a lot of sleeping on the bus. Nonetheless, this is sure going to be a trip for the ages. I will try to get on and post along my travels. 

In other news, I am hanging some art (ten pieces) actually the Sunday I come back. I am hanging my art in a restaurant located in Hudson, NH called Dynamite Sushi

Also, I should have mentioned this a few weeks ago, myself and Michael Piper are combining artistic forces to create a super human artist called.... all right enough of that. We created a project called "24 Hour Art Project". The purpose of this project is to raise money for people in need by creating art for 24 HOURS STRAIGHT! 

We are working on setting up our first project for sometime in May. Stay tuned for more information. That said, if you have or know someone that needs a helping hand we would love to help out. 

Check out our blog @ 24 Hour Art Project for more information.

That is it for now. 


Friday, March 6, 2009

Traveling Mooney's

If you frequent my blog you already know and if you don't I am going to fill you on my life. In five more days my brothers and I will be traveling over to Ireland! 
We arrive in Ireland around 5 am and from the moment our feet touch the land we are on the move. We start by hopping on a bus 3-4 hours across the country to Galway.  After plenty of sight seeing and several empty glasses, we head down to County Clare to marvel at the Cliffs of Mohr.
Then we move South to Blarney and admire the extravagant Blarney Castle and of course kiss the Blarney Stone. From there we will be heading to the North East to Dublin. Three days in Dublin to wrap up the trip. A week isn't much for a trip around a country (excluding the Northern part of Ireland) but it's sure going to be a lot of fun. 

I try to get on here before I leave. However, I am going to be busy getting ready and making sure I have everything I need. I will definitely have some pictures posted when I get back.

Have a good weekend everyone and be safe!