Here you go again another one of my articles from the Irish Examiner’s Feelgood. It’s a stinker of a story! I hope you enjoy it. Do you know your family smell? Forgive me, I’m not saying you have poor hygiene, but whether you realise it or not, your family have a smell. I can’t give you … More There I am in the paper #34.
Today I read a thread in a facebook page ranting about teenagers. They ranted about bad manners, ‘the youth of today’, I blame the parents and lots more besides. I suspect it was written for the most part by parents of young children. How I smiled reading that thread. These parents of younger children are … More To all who hate teenagers…
Here’s my article from The Irish Examiner’s Feelgood. My apologies but it was published two weeks ago. I can’t imagine how you managed to hold out for it this long. I hope it was worth the wait. Perhaps I’ve been given this writing gig in order to save you all? Not in a religious way … More There I am in the paper #33.
Life in the past few weeks has been hectic, throwing up a few challenges and ensuring blogging and writing take seats so far at the back that for a time they were not even on my radar. Then yesterday I and a few friends went to sympathise with a friend who lost his fourteen year … More Putting life in perspective.
Today’s letter in my Series of letters is from Bernie Carney. Bernie recently lost her greatest companion, Ruby. If you have ever had a dog you will immediately understand this letter and if you have not, you will see what you have missed. Dearest Ruby, As I carried you many years ago, for the first … More Series Of Letters Returns. #Letter 2.
The summer is coming, time to get my bikini body ready! Anyone else? Here is my last weeks article in the Irish Examiner’s Feelgood. While flicking through Facebook the other day I stumbled across a celebrity I’d never seen before sharing with the world her secret to looking beautiful. She appears to be living on … More There I am in the paper #32
Today is Father’s Day and I’m lucky to be sharing it with a wonderful dad. A man who brings home sweets on a Friday for his children, despite the fact the eldest is twenty six! A man who gets abuse if he forgets their ‘order’ from shopping. The one who gives lifts when I say, … More “Daddy watch me.”
What would you do if you found yourself alone, yes, alone in the house, not a child in sight! Here’s my article from last weeks Irish Examiner’s Feelgood supplement. I hope you enjoy it. Forgive me but you will have to lean in close if you wish to read this as I’m whispering. Why am … More There I am in the paper #31.
My series of letters returns with a letter that is difficult to read, but imagine living it? I hope writing it was in some way healing and that you know how brave and strong you are. “This year in September 2017 will mark 7 years since I plucked up the courage to finally end things … More Series Of Letters returns. #No. 1.
Have you ever wished you had said something to someone but missed your opportunity? Have you been hurt or wronged and told no one? Perhaps you owe someone a thank you but never got the chance to tell them? Maybe you have a secret you never shared but would like to let it out? A … More Anyone interested?