It finally arrived, you know… SPRING. So late that nature made up for itself in Ireland bursting forth all at once. It’s been most distracting, I keep on encouraging the children to roll in the grass, you know, get down … Continue reading
I am having a morning tea, with Mungo looking on and it really is all done.
The final tree gave a message loud and clear, that Father Christmas is coming here.
Better get those stockings hung
So dreams can come true (aren’t they lucky) It’s fun to do and I am quite relieved we are through
So till next year, and in the meanwhile charge your glass, New Year’s nearly here.
How do you decorate for Christmas? I have decided it’s a version of: something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue. yes – the wedding custom. Well Christmas is all about making your own customs and wrapped up in the … Continue reading
So I went to London last week and it was hotly anticipated, only by me you understand, but still – got a total ‘rush’ – and of course it was MOST rushed…First stop Luke Irwin sample sale, these are beautiful … Continue reading
How far would you go for dinner? To the end of the road? to the end of the track? to the end of the mountain range? for there…high up in the sky is a farm. Here dinner becomes elemental … Continue reading
I have been looking for plates for so long now that it feels second nature and NONE have called out to me enough to become part of everyday life. But then I saw Seletti’s Hybrid plates which perfectly capture … Continue reading
I am a land-lover, when the sea floor disappears from view I mildly panic… where has land gone? Mine was not a childhood messing around on boats. But for one Greek dynasty this has been the case for generations and … Continue reading
It’s the time of year when the mind turns to long lunches under shady trees, lingering evenings by candlelight… that is, if you live in sunny climes. However in Dublin we’re still somewhat wrapped up, and it got me thinking … Continue reading