One of the best things about coming home was seeing all my friends and family again and I was intrigued by everyone's new lives and stories. I couldn't wait to hear everything. Throughout the first week I had gone out with Rebecca for a drink to Slevins/Bradys, on my first night home, I had met Amy my old school friend for a drink in ODwyers/Slevins, I had organised to meet my childhood 'almost sisters to me' Jean and Paula and Jeans baby Fionn, for lunch in the local cafe. Mam joined us and we chatted about old times and even times when me Paula and mam were together in New Zealand. I had met my good college friend Elfreda in town for some drinks and dinner, I had had lunch with my two good friends Sarah and Davina in the local cafe and I had even made it into town again to meet my yoga sister Emily who I had recently met India, for a no alcohol, no lights dance hour. It was incredible! Check it out here - http://www.joe.ie/entertainment/soda-bread-box-the-new-dancing-in-the-dark-night-thats-taking-off-in-dublin/498779
I had successfully met up with so many people and bumped in to others around town which was great considering my planned short holiday home.
During my time here I still had a vacation on vacation planned to the Aran Islands and Dingle with my mam to explore a part of Ireland I'd never been. When I would return I was planning even more meet ups with as many people as possible before my due date out of Ireland once again. It was such s great first week back and I was so happy to see everyone. It was amazing how everyone had changed so much and we felt so much more grown up each time I would return. I could finally get into my old routine of healthy eating and daily yoga which was great, especially with the sun setting as late as 10pm it was incredible. Thanks Ireland ya beauty 😍