Beautiful Birthday Celebration

cracked nut deli dublin

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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aungier danger

Then we stopped off at Aungier Danger, D2 for mid-morning dessert, which was a salted caramel-glazed donut. Delicious!

this is knit yarn shop

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.

stephen west batad by fog knits

organic gardenig bible

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!



Published by Elaine Butler

I am a circular design consultant helping manfacturers prepare for the circular economy

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