Stand back and take cover because I’m on a bit of a rant. I got up this morning and pretty soon after I stood up life began to throw a number of challenges at me. I ducked and dived, rescheduled, mopped up and re organised my day, all before 9 am. Realising I wasn’t coping … More I gave my kids a gift and they hate it.
Today we have story number 2 in my ‘Tell me your story” collection. It’s the story of Kat and Carl. A story that reminds us all that life is short, but love is forever. Thank you Kat I know it was not easy to share this story with us. Kat blogs at redsoxlady35 Kat and … More What’s your story #2…Kat and Carl.
In case you wish to read it. Here is this weeks link to my column in The Feelgood supplement in the Irish Examiner. There seems to have been a technical issue with last weeks, (my way of saying I can’t get the link!) but hopefully I’ll be able to share it with you also in … More There I am in the paper, #2.
Today I was looking at the search terms used for those who visit my blog. I discovered in the past ten months over 1,500 people have arrived at my blog using the search term ‘I hate being a wife’. So having had a busy few days I thought I’d cheat a little and repost that … More I hate being a wife.
A couple of weeks ago I wrote asking if any of you would like to share your stories of how you met the love of your life. Perhaps it was a love that was meant to be and has survived the test of time, or maybe it was a first love, a forbidden love or … More What’s your story… Once upon a time in Paris.
We all have moments in our lives where we think, ‘Wow, well done me.’ My earliest one such moment was winning a paint box when I was about eight or nine years old. It was a carved wooden box with all types of wooden paint brushes inside and every shade, of every colour paint imaginable. … More My greatest achievement
I wrote last week saying I’d love to share some of your stories about how you met the love of your life. What I have always found amazing is that, for many, the meeting of their partner was a moment of chance or courage. To set the ball rolling here’s my story. I met ‘yer … More What’s your story?
As promised here is the link to my first appearance in the Irish Examiner. In case you missed my news I’m writing a weekly column in Friday’s Feelgood supplement. I didn’t know whether to rush out and buy it Friday morning or hide, but in the end I bought it bright and early. My thoughts … More So there I am in the paper.
So my friends and greatest supporters, tomorrow is D Day and I’m sick. Not actually sick, but sick with nerves. As I told you before, (here) I’ve agreed to write a weekly column in the Feelgood supplement of The Irish Examiner, an Irish national newspaper and tomorrow the first one will be published. I’ve only … More Peeping through my fingers.
It’s close to four years since Daniel last played football, a game he loved dearly, and almost three years since he passed away. In our memories he will forever be thirteen, but as we look at those who were his good friends we can imagine the boy he might be and what he would be … More The Extra Man.