A beautiful and very special birthday

I had a fabulous day for my birthday!

Mom, my sister, and her two kids and me went to Kinsale, a little town outside of the city.

It is a real tourist spot!

We had some food, fish and chips, and then we got ice cream cones, called, a 99.

The ice cream cones were huge!

After we’d eaten, we drove to the beach, and took a walk.

Then we drove to the old head of Kinsale, to take some photos.

We only got home at 7:15.

Its almost 8:30 now and I am relaxing with a mug of tea.

I really enjoyed my day today. It was very special.

Mom gave me 100 euro, and she bought my meal and my ice cream.

My sister gave me some new clothes, two sweatshirts, and a pair of summer pants.

My aunt gave me a beautiful gold chain, with a butterfly on it.

My god mother gave me 20 euro, which I spent on 3 audible credits.

My dad’s brother also gave me 20 euro.

My bestie Sarah gave me an amazon gift card, which I am saving for now, until the weekend, then I will browse around on amazon.

My PA Frances gave me a birthday cake, a box of Cadbury’s milk tray chocolates, and a lovely card.

I got loads of lovely birthday messages, emails, texts, and blog and Facebook messages. Thank you all for all of them!

I really do appreciate them all!

❤ ❤

It really was a memorable birthday!


Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

22 thoughts on “A beautiful and very special birthday”

  1. I’m so happy you had a great birthday. I missed this post somehow. You sure did get lots of great gifts and dinner and ice cream. Delicious.

    Happy belated birthday.

    Have a fabulous day and rest of the week. ♥

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