Yesterday was a long, tiring day for me. At 9am, I have an appointment to see my dentist for the Invisalign treatment I’m currently on. Had breakfast and had to go back to the clinic again because the newly put in “button” on my tooth came off. And then, my shop hopping began.
Tomorrow is Una’s 70th birthday celebration. I’ve never been yet to any Irish birthday parties so I haven’t got a clue on what is appropriate attire for the event.
Has this ever happen to any of you-you have an activity or something laid out for weeks and then, come 1 or 2 days prior to carry it out, all of the excitement and the plan itself just dissipated into thin air?
That January sale is over but not quite yet in Zara.
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FOREWARNING 2: THIS POST IS WAY WAY OVERDUE.
€295 – farfetch.com
€16.165 – gucci.com
€170 – modalist.com
€28 – groupon.com
€1.095 – neimanmarcus.com
€470 – bergdorfgoodman.com
€3.065 – chairish.com
The other night was a blast. I was with Agatha, along with her friends at work having dinner at Tippenyaki Restaurant in Castlewoods, Rathmines, Dublin. It is a Japanese restaurant with Japanese-looking Filipino crew. It felt home there, to be honest.
Una brought me to Powerscourt House and Gardens in August last year. The place was breath-taking. From whichever direction I pointed my eyes to, the scenery was just lovely.
The other weekend, I went solo to Howth Harbour to check out the Dublin Bay Prawn Festival. I came to know of this on Facebook. I was very excited about it because I was looking forward to tasting seafood in a while, was curious about the festival in general, and it was my first time to visit Howth.