What if we all were this sharp at 92? Hugs to you, Stig – thank you for the visit today!
Travel theme: Tidy Gdansk harbour – tidy it is. I guess a harbour has to be – otherwise chaos would be upon us. I only wish my desk was as tidy …
Summer it is, and I just have to visit The Garden of My Dreams – maybe for the last time. The old couple owning it, will sell it this summer. If it is not already sold… To sneak in is maybe wrong, but somehow I just have to… say goodbye. Every year I have talked […]Read Post ›
A windy and rainy day, we visited Cobh. Somehow the weather seemed appropriate. The little seaside town of Cobh, with 13 000 inhabitants, has got one of the world’s largest natural harbours. Cobh was the place where most of the Irish emigrants left for America during the great starvation 1844-48. More than 1 million people died […]Read Post ›
All my love to you out there in the blogosphere! We are so lucky to have each other in this supportive community. Today it was my turn to feel your warmth and sympathy, as I have lost a dear friend. You being out there…listening, reading…I so appreciate your kind thoughts and words. I want to […]Read Post ›
Northern Ireland, the North Coast, the beginning of May. Everyone told us just how lucky we were…sun, no wind, 20 degrees C. ”The finest day this year”, our landlord told us. Evanescent.
In Dublin there are many capturing buildings, but never did I imagine myself trying to photograph shopping centres…and with such relish. St Stephen’s Green felt like a rather newly built, modern place, with all the light and all the windows I could dream of. So, we went inside to explore. And I truly found a […]Read Post ›