Chili dip

Saturday, February 27, 2016


Always a hit—even with fat free cream cheese, which weirds me out a little because it seems suspect. I know, it looks gross too.

Chicken or beef

Friday, February 26, 2016

Chicken or beef


I could watch this all day

Thursday, February 25, 2016


Construction in the financial district, Ireland.

Wrapping up in Ireland


Really good news earlier in the day felt punctuated by this rainbow walking home in the evening. More on the former soon.


The light rail system in Dublin makes me all the more excited about our own in Cincinnati. It’s my favorite way to get around the city.

Marks & Spencer vittles

Also ready for this to become more popular back home: healthy prepared meals at the corner store. I know this is happening, but I’m keen on it happening more.

Oh there’s another view of that rainbow, but I didn’t want to clog up the post

This loaf of bread

Wednesday, February 24, 2016

Brennans Bread

I assumed this was a classic package design for this Irish bread company, turns out it was actually a refresh done in 2014 by Holmes & Marchant. Looks good to go for a good long time.

River Liffey

Tuesday, February 23, 2016

River Liffey


Dag there was a good sunset walking back to the hotel tonight. Nice light all around.



Monday, February 22, 2016

Dublin at night

Arrived safely in Dublin and jumped right into a work project. Didn’t have much time for sight seeing but fingers crossed there will be some slots available.


I will say, if you ever find yourself in Dublin and you need to get to the city from the airport, the Airlink bus is an extremely good deal and quite convenient.


Sunday, February 21, 2016

Chicago Airport

I enjoy long layovers, where I can wander leisurely and enjoy the bustle.

Where I can eat at my own pace and look up why Chicago’s airport has the code ORD:

A defunct community just west of Chicago called Orchard Place became the site of a military (and later, commercial) airport called Orchard Field. In 1949, the airport was renamed O’Hare International Airport to honor Edward O’Hare, the U.S. Navy’s first flying ace and Medal of Honor recipient in World War II. Its International Air Transport Association code, “ORD”, remained unchanged.

Sources: History of Airport Codes & O’Hare on Wikipedia

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