So yesterday I turned 50. It was a day where nothing was really planned but aren’t they always the best days? I woke up to banners on the house and car, flowers on the table and loads of presents.
Fermanagh is one of my favourite places to visit, there is so much to see and do for all ages – and some great shops if that’s your kind of thing. If you haven’t been there yet I’d suggest checking out the Discover Fermanagh Open Weekend which takes place on the first weekend in March and everything listed is free!
I accidentally ended up in a writing group today. Well I say accidentally, I have previously toyed with the idea. There was one running in town but it was out of my budget. This one is run by Tubbercurry library and it’s free.
There’s a wonderful event taking place in County Mayo next month. If you want to explore the beautiful rolling landscape of The 61km long Croagh Patrick Heritage Trail, meet fellow walkers and find about more about this beautiful area this is well worth checking out.
Yes it’s silly o’clock and I’m wide awake. A couple of days ago you’d have got a blog post telling you how wonderful melotonin is. I had two eight hour sleeps because of it. Alas it was too good to last and here I am wide awake.
This time I’m not worrying or anxious for once. I’m mulling over my wonderful day. I can’t believe that Jacintha went to all that trouble for me. I’m well and truly humbled. I don’t think I’ll ever get over it. For someone outside my family to go to such lengths has me speechless….and it’s a lovely feeling.
It’d be an even lovelier feeling if I could sleep too. I have counselling later today so I’m probably thinking about that too. It doesn’t upset me but it does make me take a long, hard look at myself and that’s not always easy.
Anyway I’ll say goodnight or good morning depending on which side of the pond you are on xxx
So it’s Valentine’s Day – usually a hallmark day but today has been absolutely wonderful. Firstly it was Bloomin’ Fabulous Vintage Tea Party in aid of the Sligo Rape Crisis Centre.