Mini vacation

So mom and me and my sister booked a mini vacation!

We’re going to go to Killarney on June 16th and 17th!

We’ll be staying in an apartment, for the two nights.

I’m so excited! I love Killarney!

The Killarney national park is on our doorstep, and it’s a huge park, with lots of stuff to do there.

We got the apartment for a very reasonable price too, mom and my sister paid for the apartment, so I said I’d pay for all of us to eat dinner out for both nights.

We are planning on going to a restaurant that my niece picked, they serve Mexican food, and appetizers like chicken wings, they also serve pasta, burgers, steaks, etc.

It will be a nice break for all of us.

Something to look forward to!

Hopefully the weather will be nice that weekend, and cooperate and we can take a picnic into the park and enjoy that.

I’m sure that we’ll do a little bit of shopping also, as my niece loves to shop, you know 15 year olds, they love shopping.

I’m really glad we’re doing this, I’m really excited.

We’re actually doing it to celebrate mom’s birthday, her birthday is on the 20th of June!

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.

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