Yesterday a miracle happened, something that I never thought would actually come to pass.
Hello there, it’s been awhile. Sorry about that. Sometimes life gets in the way of blog writing and over the last few weeks that had been more than true.
Boats and I really aren’t friends. It isn’t anything personal, on my part anyway, it’s just that they make me sick. I love to be in the water, but floating atop glistening waves just turns my stomach into a cramping and heaving mass
As part of his job Damian regularly travels to Ireland and has the pleasure (and sometimes terror) of driving the Irish highways and byways. This past week he was touring around the famous Ring of Kerry and was fortunate enough to bask in some spring sunshine.
As I mentioned on Saturday, we spent the weekend in Belfast to attend the christening of our new wee nephew. It was the first christening I’ve been to so the whole day was a learning experience and I really enjoyed it
What better time than St. Patrick’s Day to reminisce about my past trips to Ireland. I’ve taken two major trips to Ireland, one an epic road trip that looped around the whole island with my mom and Damian in 2009, and last year we spent a week with both our families in a holiday cottage
This is what they mean when they say that Ireland is green. People really aren’t exaggerating, and the sunshine makes all the difference. I guess it isn’t called the Emerald Isle for nothing!
My special moment was being part of my little nephews’ first international trip – here’s hoping it’s not the last!
A magical Christmas in Belfast? Probably not the first place on your list when thinking of a pre-Christmas holiday getaway, but this is where we found ourselves last weekend and I would certainly recommend it. With the amazing Belfast Christmas Market in front of City Hall and the Christmas craft sale at St George’s Market …
I met my boyfriend, Damian, when we were both living in Australia in 2007. The first time he told me that he was from Belfast my first reaction was “isn’t that the place where there are snipers on the roofs?” Now, as well as illustrating my complete lack of tact and social sensitivity, it demonstrates …