Six-Word Saturday: Watching ‘Derry Girls’ in Northern Ireland

Self visited Northern Ireland for the first time in April. She spent a month in an artists retreat called River Mill. The other residents were teachers, writers, photographers, film-makers. A few were from Belfast, others from England, and yet others from Dublin. What joy to be with fellow artists after three years of pandemic lockdown. We all promised to keep in touch.

In the evenings, we had dinner together, then gathered in the living room to watch Derry Girls.

Posting for Travel with Intent’s Six-Word Saturday.

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