- Kerstin Gier – Rubinrot
- Suzanne Collins – Catching Fire
- Suzanne Collins – Mockingjay
- Carlos Ruis Zafón – Der Schatten des Windes
- Sebastian Fitzek & Michael Tsokos – Abgeschnitten
- Jan Weiler – Antonio im Wunderland
- Clara Sternberg – Sonntags bei Sophie
here are the last pictures of my holiday in Ireland. This time I wanted to show you the beautiful National Park right outside of Killarney in Co. Kerry. I used to live in Cork which is beautiful but Kerry is, too. And it“s where my favourite butter comes from. Hundreds of cows and beautiful greens everywhere… That’s my Ireland!
As I promised, here are some more pictures of my little trip to Ireland.
On my first day I went to Dingle, which is a small village by the seaside on Dingle Peninsula. I have been there before on a daytrip but I wanted to go there again as it is incredibly beautiful. See yourself:
At the end of June I finally got the chance to go back to Ireland for a couple of days. I travelled around a little, went to the sea, to Dingle, to Killarney with its National Park and to Cork of course. I got the chance to meet some friends and my beloved Irish family. It’s so nice to still be in touch with them and they made me feel at home in an instant when I got there. Unfortunately I only had six days but they were good anyway and I enjoyed the little break especially as things got a lot harder around here but that’s a different story.
If you wonder why I love this little country so much, here are some reasons:
Danielle inspired me to share my summer reading list with you. For me, every season is reading season but there are different things that I like at different times of the year. In winter there’s nothing better than lying on my couch with a hot beverage and a book or to go to bed early (as it’s dark anyway) and read for hours. In summer I prefer getting up early and sit outside in the sun reading a book and gaining some energy from all the light. I also love to sit outside in the evenings and read until it finally gets dark and I can’t see the pages anymore. Anyway, as you know, I love lists and I keep track of every book I read and want to read so here are the books that are on my list for this season:
It was my birthday yesterday. I am 28 now. It feels pretty good actually, not very different than 27 though but maybe step by step I’m growing up (which was my biggest fear a couple of years ago but being a grown-up has lots of positive things, too, I’m just finding out).
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