Rediscovering Dublin

Finally back to the blogosphere and the amazing blogs I love! I had a month of a busy fun timeno internet at all ūüėģ Still editing the 1790 pictures taken during the “Rally Holidays” and next week I’ll show where I went. Now, I still had some pics from a month ago around Dublin. Some years ago I was in Dublin twice, but since I’ve moved to the city I’m rediscovering it – cool!

Bushy Park, March 8th, 2014. Top, Zara. Jeans, Next. Cardi, Moschino. Perspex clutch with the handle of another purse, XXX. Inside I put a Coach pouch.

Bushy Park outside the flat, March 8th. Top, Zara. Jeans, Next. Cardi, Moschino. Perspex clutch with the handle of another purse – inside I put a Coach pouch.

Mother of pearl bracelet, gifted

Mother of pearl bracelet, gifted. Headband, Balmain

Necklace, from Kenya, juzionline

Pearl necklace and pendant by my friend Julie. Beaded necklace, from Kenya, juzionline

A ring that Julie made for me, and the other she gifted me

A Victorian silver cameo ring that Julie fixed for me. The mother of pearl ring she gifted me. The  silver and mother of pearl bracelet was also gifted.

Pouch, Coach

Pouch, Coach

Shoes, Asos. Sweet and comfy, I wore them a lot

Mid heel shoes, Asos. Sweet and comfy!

You will see many times with this G21 tunic... Tuequoise belt

You’ll see me many times with this G21 tunicTurquoise buckle belt – I love it!

It was nearly closed when I arrived at this government building, but I'll go next week

It was nearly closed when I arrived at this government building. Next week then!

The bgarden ther

The garden there!

I went to the National Gallery of Ireland - I loved museums! The mag I was reading before. The painting is The 16th, 17th (St Patrick's Day) and 18th March (1856) by Erskine Nicol

I went to the National Gallery of Ireland – I love museums! The mag I got on the way:) ¬†The painting is The 16th, 17th (St Patrick’s Day) and 18th March (1856) by Erskine Nicol

Today I have some Oscar Wilde’s quotes, to match the city!

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Downtown

Downtown Dublin

Onw of the many churches of the city... I  normally love churches and this one had something that drew my attention

One of the many churches of the city. I  love churches and this one had something that drew my attention

Life is worth exploring

Life is worth exploring

You will also see me with this coat (Have) maaaany more times. Bag, Longchamps

You’ll also see me with this coat (Have) maaany more times. Bag, Longchamp

It's personalized! Some of my initials and then my name

It’s personalized! Just some of my 7 names’ initials and then my first name

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Source here Рwell, but we get experience anyway!

Some beautiful houses in Terenure

Some colorful doors in Terenure near where I’m living

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Thanks so much for the sweet comments before and now!

We do need a break sometimes and your support meant a lot to me!

Hope you all have a great week, with many smiles!

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10 thoughts on “Rediscovering Dublin

  1. Such a beautiful post Denise! I loved all the pictures from Dublin, and I can’t wait to the see the other ones from your holidays.
    I loved both your bags (7 names, wow!) and I think you look stunning in all the photos! :)
    Filakia polla my dear!

  2. Creo que no hab√≠a entendido que te hab√≠as mudado a Irlanda, cuando me conaste, entend√≠ que ibas s√≥lo de vacaciones… soy yo la tonta jajaja. Eres una caja de sorpresas Denise!! Se ven lindas tus fotos y te ves muy bonita t√ļ tambi√©n. Ojal√° que tu nuevo hogar sea todo lo que esperas y que este nuevo aire y ambiente te haga muy bien!! Se te echaba mucho de menos!!
    Un abrazo querida!!

  3. Hi Dearest Denise, I have missed you stacks, how has the move to Ireland been? I hope it brings you many wonderful new opportunities, great adventures, happiness and success. The city looks really quaint and charming, love your jewellery pieces and cute Coach pouch. Sending hugs your way

  4. Hi Denise,

    Thank you so much for your wonderful comment. Because I was trying to hit the “publish” line while on my phone (rather than on the desktop), I inadvertently hit the “delete” line. So frustrating (and I don’t have huge hands by any stretch) and why I prefer the desktop over laptops or phones or tablets for email. But I was out when it came through and read it on the phone and the rest is history, so to speak.

    Your blog is wonderful and you are very pretty! I love seeing photos of Dublin as well. My family name hails from County Wicklow, or so I’ve read. Not sure of the accuracy but I have always been proud of the Irish heritage. The city is beautiful and I’ve seen photos of the countryside; so gorgeous and full of green (my favorite color). Thank you so much for visiting me and I’m glad I do not stand alone in my thoughts.

  5. Hi, Denise!

    Glad to know that you’re back and updating again! Congratulations on the move!

    It’s been a while since we spoke, but I hope that you have since settled in. I’ve always wanted to travel to Ireland, and I find you really lucky to be able to experience it in the level that you have. Have a great weekend ahead!

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