Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Ruby Tuesday

May as well end the year with another Dublin pub, seeing as they were popular! Do you like that I caught the window-cleaning in progress? And his red bucket? And I do believe that's a blue sky reflected in the middle window- not a sight you see too often in Dublin!

This one is just off Grafton St. the main shopping street in Dublin. It was taken one morning in August. I decided I needed to get organised if I was to continue blogging in term time. So I got together a bank of photos, and put them in a file marked "blog".

This probably seems very basic to most of you, but to me it was a big step, in terms of forward thinking and in terms of computer skills. In the rest of my life, I'm an organised person, but I use the computer on a "need to know" basis.
So, thanks to blogging, I've learned some new computer skills and upgraded myself.
But, much more important, I've made some lovely friends in blogosphere.
Thank you one and all for a wonderful adventure in 2009!
And thanks to Mary T for hosting Ruby Tuesday- click on her name= link to see more images or to take part.


  1. Great Pic,! i took me a minute to notice the red bucket .
    Happy New Year !

  2. So nice to be able to say: "I was there"!

    I admire your organization re photos. I just take them as something happens or I think of a topic. Planning ahead - not my skill, I guess.

    Looking forward to continuing the blog adventuring in 2010.

  3. Lovely Mimi,
    these you posted here are all signs of great accomplishments. I love this everyday image of Dublin. I have visited most part of the UK but I've never seen Ireland. It is a terrible shame, and up at the top of my wishlist.

    Eleonora xx

  4. The red bucket was a great idea.
    Happy New Year!

    Nuts in May

  5. Ah, Mimi, I remember it well. I took a photo of hubs right outside that pub. We were on memorable a weekend break for his birthday treat.
    Happy New Year to you and your family.

  6. I love the RED bucket, Mimi! Just a little RED and a lovely pub! Thanks for participating in Ruby Tuesday. I really appreciate it! :)