On my birthday this year i indulged in all the things that I love doing. We strolled around the streets of Dublin stopping off for French toast in the Cracked Nut in Camden Street, D2.
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Then we stopped off at Aungier Danger, D2 for mid-morning dessert, which was a salted caramel-glazed donut. Delicious!
Next stop was the lovely This is Knit yarn shop in the Powerscourt Townhouse Centre, D2 for yarn to make Stephen West’s Batad poncho / shawlette (see below) that I’ve been lusting after.
After an inspiring morning i sat down to read The Organic Gardening Bible by Bob Flowerdew (very apt name) that a very kind friend bought me from Avoca, another Irish store and that evening my husband treated me to a fabulous home cooked meal of locally grown organic food. Life doesn’t get much better!