Tuesday, 21 July 2015

It's All Me, Me, Me

To celebrate my 23 years of life this month, here are some of my favourite photos of me and the story behind them (sadly all digital as I'm lacking my scanner for the summer!).


2008, the photo hung up in our living room for almost 7 years. I was just a fresh 15 year old who had already figured out her 'good side'.

Ah, this was August 2010 at my first time seeing Blink 182 in Dublin. I'm angst-y.

To go with my angst, here is day one of my red hair in 2011. It was quite the debut.


The first birthday celebration I've had since I was a child (and subsequently the last...) in 2012, in Workmans pub. It was a truly memorable night. Especially when my friends took me to Burger King but pretended it was McDonalds.

2012 experimenting with my style. This included wearing horizontal striped leggings and posing in front of lakes apparently.

I was stuck between this picture and one of my graduation, but honestly, this meant more to me. In 2013 I was awarded the President's Award from UCD for my work on mental health campaigns including Please Talk. It was a very proud day.

Here I am looking ever the foreign tourist, when in reality I'm in Cork's Fota Wildlife Park where I got to chill with a Kangaroo in Summer 2013.

In 2013 I also got to go to Scotland and pose on old castle ruins wile making more questionable leggings choices.

It might be a bit blurry, but this is me with my best friend Lexi in August 2014. We've had her for 7 years and she's still so playful and the world's best doggie swimmer. I love this photo because it's the day I was moving back out of home to Dublin and I really feel like she knew what was happening. 

The man, the myth, the Moriarity himself Andrew Scott and I last November. 

If you're a regular reader of my blog you'll have already seen this picture. This is chill times at Canalaphonic back in May this year. 

And aaaaah.... Would you look at Zoe's ID badge for her big real-life job? Bless. 

Okay, this one's just for fun. 

7 comments:

  1. I loved this Zoë! It was like you brought us on a journey with you and gave us an insight to your life over the years! xx

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    1. Aww Thank you Danielle! It was such a fun post to do, especially because it's not the type of stuff I normally share! x

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  2. This was a brilliant post, thank you for sharing your photos with us, I'm so nosy, I love photos!

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    1. Haha I'm super nosy too so it's okay :P Glad you liked it!

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  3. Gorgeous photos Zoë. I loved visiting Fota wildlife park in Cork. I'd love to go there again! In your photo, it seems like you're Australia.

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    1. Doesn't it? I was lucky enough to be in Cork during a heatwave so everything and everywhere looked like a foreign country!

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