The Wedding Edit – Home Hen

This was hen number one, my home hen with friends and family and we headed up to Belfast.  This was my more 'classy' and sensible hen party; we all headed out to dinner and a Murder Mystery.  I have always wanted to do a Murder Mystery, I love crime series on TV and for some … Continue reading The Wedding Edit – Home Hen

Open your senses

Last weekend I headed back 'home' to Bangor for a long overdue catch up with my best friend and to finally get out for our Christmas dinner, not per-say the traditional Christmas dinner of turkey and stuffing; but as a Christmas present to each other a dinner together for Christmas rather than an unneeded present. … Continue reading Open your senses

Shop local and small this Christmas

Today I headed to a local small business on my way home from work today and finished off my Christmas shopping. This fabulous little shop is in Broughshane, Co. Antrim in Northern Ireland and is The Nest. Just look at the video for a sneak peak at some of their amazing pieces. The shop is … Continue reading Shop local and small this Christmas

Outdoor weekend

I love a weekend I can get out and about, especially when it's walks through the forest. It was also a great excuse to snap away with my new phone. I upgraded to the Huawei p20 Pro a couple of weeks ago, but this was my first real time to play with the camera. I'm … Continue reading Outdoor weekend

Culture Night Belfast 18

Friday night Mum and I headed into the city aka Belfast to enjoy Culture Night 2018. Culture Night has been going on in the city for 10 years now, this year 'Our tenth incarnation features some fine artwork by the hugely talented Holly Pereira. Holly's re-imagining of '60s psychedelia for for Culture Night chimes perfectly … Continue reading Culture Night Belfast 18

Dear Diary

Thursday 6th Sept 2018 Dear Diary Oh boy do I miss home, sounds stupid seeing as I’m sitting down at home in my childhood home and my Mum’s house right now. Summer seems to have just disappeared, I feel like I was barely back down home in Bangor and so much has changed. There are … Continue reading Dear Diary