The fourth installment of the Ireland Diaries is finally here! I was going to include the journey through the Guinness Storehouse in my other post, but then decided it deserved its own. My uncles and my dad were adamant that I visit, since they haven’t gone before, and everyone wanted to know what it was like.
Welcome back to another post in the Ireland Diaries. If you’ve missed the others you can find them HERE.
Getting to go on a train trip was one of the things I was most excited to do when I went to Ireland. I told my grandpa that he could choose whichever trip he wanted as long as there was a castle to see. The trip we chose went from the Heuston Station in Dublin to Cork, then a van ride up to Cobh, and a train ride back. It takes about 3 hours by train to get from Dublin to Cork and the ride there didn’t seem as long as I expected. Though it may have been because I dozed part of the way.
Cheers to the TWO YEAR blogiversary of Thoughts and Daisies!
Where in the world did the time go? It feels like last week that I was creating the post for year one. I still can’t believe that two years ago I hit publish on my first Thoughts and Daisies post. My writing has come a long way since that first post and I have faith that it is going to continue to grow.
I am so excited to say this new post is a collaboration with Caroline from @the.carolife. We wanted to round up some of our favorite life-changing books to share with you! Because we both have different tastes in reading there is for sure something for everyone here. So check out why you should pick up these books and get reading!
And just like that, I had my 21st Birthday in quarantine… and it wasn’t awful. So let’s recap
I totally expected to spend my birthday sitting on the couch snacking and watching Disney +, and instead, I had a wacky day filled with surprises.
My family made all these signs to create a ‘Friends’ themed cups and ice party. Which included creating party hats with the cups. Continue reading