Days out, photos

Kylemore Abbey and getting lost

I was up bright and early today. I've had it in my head for a while that I wanted to go to Kylemore Abbey, I've never been there so I was intrigued. I also wanted to check out where my Nan was from in Connemara but nothing really ever goes to plan. I left the… Continue reading Kylemore Abbey and getting lost

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Days out, health, sligo

A relaxing morning

People drop into your life, people drop out of it. Some appear just when you need them and it feels like you've known them for years. A kind word, a helping hand, a smile - it all goes a long way when you have mental health issues (and I still hate that phrase!) One of… Continue reading A relaxing morning

food, sligo

Skincare and Squirrels

A little bit of everything today. Firstly I paid a visit to The Holy Well. It's one of my favourite places in Sligo, just so peaceful and calming. Today I wasn't alone though..... When I arrived at The Holy Well I saw this little guy - he wasn't a bit bothered about the car. I… Continue reading Skincare and Squirrels

Ireland, photos, sligo

The Caves of Kesh

  I can't believe it was only last year that I finally walked up to The Caves of Kesh/Keash. It really is a very special place and one that isn't as popular as some of the other Sligo walks. I really don't know why though because out of all the walks I've done this would… Continue reading The Caves of Kesh

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Seasons of Sligo Calendar 2017

Back  by popular demand - the Seasons of Sligo Calendar 2017. Featuring 12 photos chosen and taken by me to reflect the different seasons in County Sligo. Dunmoran, Gleniff, Strandhill, Rosses Point, Keash, Coolaney, Aughris, Enniscrone, The Holy Well, Ballincar and more are featured. Due to costs they are only available online or by contacting… Continue reading Seasons of Sligo Calendar 2017

art, sligo

Culture Night in Sligo, 2016

  I love Culture Night, it's one of my favourite nights of the year. For those who don't know about it Arts and Cultural organisations open their doors to the until late and host a range of events. It's all family friendly and it's all free. As always I'm torn about what to go and see. I… Continue reading Culture Night in Sligo, 2016