Labhair as gaeilge
Irish phrase in old Irish lettering which says if you can speak Irish, then you should. The literal translation is; if you have Irish, speak it. This alphabet is rarely used anymore but can be seen on some street signs.
A circle of comfort food, pea and potato curry, as I am feeling a bit sorry for myself. The sauce is not homemade but is one of the best I have tasted out of a jar. Seeing as I am nursing a bad cold and studying for exams next week I think I am allowed a shortcut 😉
Happy New Year to all!
Transition from a ball of yarn to a knitted scarf just by looping the yarn together.
Amazing, when you think about it.
The view of an ordinary street from high overhead, nothing but glass between my feet and the long drop to the ground.
Think of a happy place, somewhere I feel confident and not lost at sea.
Most of the time I am out of my depth, not in control of anything at all.
Here at the temporary desk on the table I can achieve success.
Back at college part time for two years and hopefully getting on alright! I like to think so, anyway:)
An impressive metal gate in a pub which used to be a bank forms a boundary between two rooms.
Red and red only, a photo of a Christmas tree.
Knitting turns a single strand of yarn into a connected whole.
I look down and see,
a small black dog,
beneath my feet
Close up macro shot of a walnut, took a load of photos of these when I got a new lens but I’ve hardly used it since!