As of yesterday, I have called Sligo, Ireland my home for one year! The time has flown, and I cannot believe this anniversary is here already.
As you may have guessed from the title of this post, this town has truly become my home. Aside from loved ones, I cannot think of a reason I would choose to be anyplace else. So, to mark this past year of getting to know my home, I thought I’d share some of it with you. All of the following photos are from County Sligo in the west of Ireland. So, who’s coming to visit? 😉
I love all the tulips here in the Spring! I can’t wait to share them with my Mom in a few weeks!
The Garavogue River makes it’s way through Sligo town.
Sunset behind Knocknarea.
Spring time in the park where I walk.
I love walking along the river and having coffee or tea at one of the shops along the Rockwood Parade.
You can’t see them very well, but there are a couple of new lambs with their mother in this one. They are so fun to watch. 🙂
Rosses Point – A gorgeous place to watch the sunset
Picnic anyone? I know a place with a view!
Mullaghmore – I love to walk around this peninsula.
A street in town.
Between the lake, the forest and the bluebells, Hazelwood Park is a great place to walk.
Bluebells – So beautiful!
The Church of Ireland in Sligo
Benbulben – One day, I’ll climb this. 🙂