The week that was

Give the dog a boneSo apart from all the events I’ve blogged about life goes on as normal – whatever normal is. I had to got to Boyle so I got to see my friend Kate which was lovely as always. While I was there I bumped into Sean who has this fantastic website about Boyle, if you want to know the news or events around Boyle that’s the site to check. The photo above was taken in Boyle, I love this photo (one of the few I take that I actually like). After Boyle I went to the Sligo Folk Park – a blog will follow when I edit the photos.

On Sunday we went to the Northside Centre to have a stall at a car boot sale, it was so bad I’m not even going to bother typing about it but Lucy has done a great blog about it here.

Harvest timeYesterday I had my first harvest from the greenhouse…yes I know it’s a bit sad that it’s only one strawberry but I’m delighted with it! I had to split it three ways and we all agreed it was the sweetest strawberry we’ve ever had. I hope I grow a few more now, next year I have my sights set on supplying Wimbledon 😉

Steve WickhamI got to see  A Common Ground this week as part of the Cairde Festival. It was a musical collaboration featuring the two diverse musical worlds of Sligo Baroque Orchestra and African Soukous band, Tropicana Musica. It was really something special, I’m a huge fan of Steve Wickham so it was wonderful to be able to take some photos.

Waiting on the shoreAfter the show there was the most beautiful sunset so I headed to Rosses Point to take a few photos.

The Golden HourAnyway that’s a very condensed version of my week. I’m going back out in the garden to shout at the veggies – they are growing so it must be working.

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