When Sparky grows up he’s going to be a Guide Dog with @guidedogsni - I think until then he might keep running around with Santa hats...
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The old and the new..
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Nice Romantic 👫❤️Stroll 🚶🏻with @shaniceypie 🚶🏻♀️around Manchester last night enjoying all the Christmas Markets & Most of all the lights 🎄🎅
it's Christmas 😍😎🎁
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One of the incredible things about Ireland and Northern Ireland is how quickly the weather turns. And just how many rainbows you can see! In one direction there are thunderclouds brewing, darkening the sky, and in the opposite direction there are no clouds - just bright, brilliant sunlight! Then you turn back… and there’s a rainbow! This beauty popped up as we arrived at our self-catering cottages @ballylinnyholidaycottages when we stayed in Northern Ireland. We had an amazing time in our little loft, keeping warm from the wintery weather that blew in over night, and it was an amazing place to stay with it being five minutes from the Giant’s Causeway. I haven’t stayed in self-catering cottages for a long time, and I realized I actually love it! It is fun to go to the local grocery store and whip up something to eat on a budget. What do you prefer? Hotel? Bnb? Self-catering? Hostel? Let me know! If you want to check out my review of Ballylinny Cottages it’s on the blog. Click the link in my profile 😊
It’s been too long since I was in Ireland… Ok, fine, it has only been two weeks - but I miss it. I am sorry for going completely MIA since my trip. I had an AMAZING, INCREDIBLE time, but when I got back to the States I came down with a cold that just got worse and worse and have spent time recovering, and then trying to get back into work and blog posts about my trip. I hate neglecting my IG especially after I had so much fun capturing Ireland! This is a picture at one of my ultimate favorite spots in Northern Ireland (bear me with me, I’ll be saying “this was my favorite” at least a dozen times). This is at one of the windows looking out onto the coastal cliffs from the ruins of the medieval Dunluce Castle. The castle was built in the 1500s and there are a bunch of creepy legends and stories surrounding this epic cliff-side castle. Can you imagine living in this castle and having these cliff face and ocean views? I posted a bunch of stuff on my stories when I was there, and I laugh looking back because it was just SO windy. Where is one place you could imagine yourself living a couple hundred years ago?