There I am in the paper, #2.

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 the future.

As always I apologise for the photo that comes with the article. It’s like my worst nightmare, the one person who intensely dislikes having her photo taken can only share her writing with a giant photo attached. I suppose you’ve got to laugh. I know my family are.

Click here for today’s article. Enjoy.

Photo credit. London Irish Graduate Network

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18 thoughts on “There I am in the paper, #2.

    1. Thanks so much. I’m nowhere near comfortable with it yet but I do hope that will come.
      That feckin stuff! Within a week that stuff has very slowly begun to creep back.
      You’d better act soon, before it’s too late.

    1. I am in deep debt to you. Perhaps one drink would clear it?
      Thanks a mil. That photo…. My kids keep saying they’ll keep it for putting on my coffin when I die as they’ve very little to choose from. How supportive are they?

  1. You have a room very similar to the former bedrooms of my children, both of whom moved out some 20 years ago, not to mention the two car garage that only has room for one car now. At least you tried, and now the door opens, you found the Hoover. Very nice article you wrote, Tric.

    1. Hahahaha. Love what you did to my photo! Maybe I could send it on to The Examiner?
      Thanks Duncan, quite literally my number one supporter, as you were close to being the first person ever to read my blog.

  2. Hey, you’re two for two! That’s two articles in the paper and both of them excellent. You’re clearly good at this, Tric! (I’m sorry your efforts with the back bedroom weren’t quite as successful.)

    1. I’m amazed to discover so many have a room just like mine/ours. And in case you are wondering, yes I’ve still not got around to clearing the landing.

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