Thursday, 19 June 2008

Dublin

Amazing city, amazing people, amazing time. And since that's about as articulate as I can manage at the moment, here's a pictoral guide to the last few days...




















If you can make sense of any of that, do fill me in. For some reason ( and I can't think why...) it's all a bit hazy, but I do know I had a GREAT time-- thanks Abby!

7 comments:

Kate Hardy said...

Welcome home. Fab post (the only bit that threw me was the pregnant woman pic - eh??? I assume you were plotting a secret baby book or something because we all know what authors do when they get together). I just loved the frequency of the glasses :o)

Glad you had such a good time.

Kate Walker said...

Yes that looks very much like a long weekend with Abby - except (I'm with Scary Kate here) the baby bump - is there something either of you want to tell me?

And I think we had a few more glasses on our visit . . .(But maybe that was because the BM was with us)

Looking forward to hearing all the details

T'Other Kate

Anonymous said...

Unless it's the immaculate conception, I'm certainly not pregnant. Cryptic...that's the only word for it. India, I really admire the accuracy of your pics! Hours of researching fun?!
x Abby - who still resembles the pic of the head in the hands going - MY HEAD!

India said...

Hours, Abby. Quite soothing, in the manner of occupational therapy, as the detox set in...

The pregnant woman? One of Abby's many lovely friends who is majestically, glowingly two weeks from her due date and yet still managed to rustle up a gorgeous lunch for us at a moment's notice. Though I did smile Kate-- because we DID spend some time plotting books too!

Brown said...

Well, I thought for sure there was some big news re: a new Gray family member...

I love the pic of the dining room/restaurant--and the delicious men...kinda whets all appetites.

Perfect photo montage, Gray.

Michelle Styles said...

Well I figured from the pictures of cocktails etc that neitherIndia norAbbey was expectant.
I am more interested in the why of the two hero type photos, except are they really India Gray hero type photos?
And the great thing about being a writer is the making up of stories...

India said...

No news is definitely good news on that front, Brown! And that restaurant was gorgeous-- an old bookshop, apparently. Hey, and since Dublin is between our two homes maybe we could meet up there one day?! (Do I get the best deal there?)

Michelle, I like your thinking, and my next post will answer that question. Don't be fooled by the tights and corsets is all I can say!