Everyday we learn something new so for those of you who haven’t a clue what my title for this post means, it’s ‘slawn’. Irish for goodbye. Don’t sweat, I’m not packing up my laptop and moving on but I am taking a break for a few days. I’ve not been around a lot over the past … More Slán

The reality of writing a weekly column in a newspaper.

“Wow, well done on your column,” some say. “Thank you,” I reply a little mortified. “I didn’t know you were a journalist,” others say. “Oh I’m not,” I reply even more mortified. “What do you write about?” they say. “Nothing amazing, just a comment on my life I suppose,” I reply, definitely more mortified than … More The reality of writing a weekly column in a newspaper.

16 from 16

Here we go again, it’s that time of year when I recap on my blogging year past and make sure you haven’t missed anything amazing! As part of my blog buddy’s linky over on Where wishes come from, here is my 16 from 16 (Don’t tell anyone but I couldn’t think of 16 and skipped … More 16 from 16

My favourites #4

Here is number 4 in my list of five favourite posts I’ve written (inspired by Kate takes 5). This post was written at a time of great hope. My close friends son aged 13 had been in treatment for leukemia. After eight months intensive chemotherapy a bone marrow match was found. He had a chance. … More My favourites #4

My favourite five.

Recently my blog buddy Kate over on Kate takes 5 celebrated six years of blogging and, cough cough, one million views! Imagine that. To celebrate her achievement she’s compiled a listography featuring her favourite posts, which I’ve decided to join. Perhaps you might too? I’ve been blogging four years come this January. In that time … More My favourite five.

Biting the bullet

I’ve debated whether I’ll post this or not. Even as I write I’m still not sure, but if you’re reading it you’ll know the answer. Next month is November, known within writing circles as, NaNoWriMo month. A few years ago I’d have read that and thought the dog walked across the keys of the laptop, … More Biting the bullet