Train journeys can sometimes lead to the most unexpected encounters. Last Wednesday was no exception. Travelling from Dublin back to Ballyhaunis I met an amazing group of women who meet up regularly to go to concerts, plays, art courses etc. They travel around Ireland mainly and were on their way to Westport. One of the group was interested in the cards I produce, especially The Old Cottage. I know that she wants to paint a copy of it, so it was a no brainer. She made me a Christmas card as we were travelling and I’m sending her this as a thank you.
Got some time between 5.30 – 8.30 p.m. on Friday 22nd September? Then why not come along and see me at the Ballyhaunis Enterprise Event. Its being held at Scoil Iosa Primary School in Ballyhaunis, and I will be there with my books and gifts. I shall also be available to take bookings for storytelling events.
I had a mighty day catching up with friends and neighbours.
Despite the weather, Ballyhaunis Fair Day turned out to be a great afternoon. It was all about the people, the activities and the craic.
Stall gifts coming…the cards have arrived and they are stunning! Hope I’ll have enough come the day.
Sorting out the merchandise for my stall @ the Ballyhaunis Fair Day on the 4th June. The girl’s at Personalise It in Castlebar have been fabulous. Can’t wait to see the finished products.