Photo Friday | A Girl Can Dream

The Mills

Hi guys, some of you may have noticed I haven’t been very active on WordPress this week.  It has been one of those weeks filled with paperwork, appointments, and just a whole load of things that all need sorting at once. 

Luckily I got time to fit in coffee and a chat with one of the school mums on Tuesday and I am meeting one of my friends tomorrow that I haven’t seen for a couple of months. It will be nice to check out of mummy duties for a couple of hours and caffeinate myself.                                                                                               Continue reading

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Last Days of Autumn

Canal in Autumn

I hope everyone is keeping well.  I just wanted to apologise for my absense, I had a viral infection that completely wiped me out and have not been in the mood for much to be honest.  I am getting my energy back though and hoping to catch up with reading and also do my review of Beside Myself by Ann Morgan which I finished last week. 

As for Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, I got to 200 pages and realized that I just wasn’t enjoying it so have put that aside for now in favour of The Girl with all The Gifts by M.R Carey.  So fingers crossed I like this one!
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Photo Friday | Autumn Leaves

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Hi everyone, I hope you are all keeping well and having a nice Friday so far.  I am laid up with a head cold and feeling all achey but I am going to use this opportunity today to snuggle up on the couch with Miss Peregrine and a lovely warm lemsip so its not all bad … every cloud and all that.

Anyway I am adding a new feature to my blog called Photo Friday which I hope you will like.  It will be a weekly feature and basically I will be showcasing a photo that I have taken that I have really connected with.  I love taking pictures and capturing the beauty of nature. A lot of my photos will be related somewhat to nature/ animals and many of them will have been taken in my home town of Castleknock and the Phoenix Park in Dublin.
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