Here you go another of my articles from the Irish Examiner’s Feelgood magazine. I think it could be titled, ‘The joy’s and sorrows of texting’ I love my phone. I know it’s not PC to say so but I do. Being a certain age I believe I’m part of the first generation to rear children … More There I am in the paper #40.
Another of my articles from the Irish Examiner’s Feelgood. I have a confession to make which may surprise you…until yesterday I was an IKEA virgin. On many occasions I’d muttered, “I must go there someday,” but I never really meant it. However last week, perhaps due to an excess of alcohol swishing through my veins, … More There I am in the paper #38.
Another article from my column in the Irish Examiner’s Feelgood, featuring the seventh member of our house…the dog. Enjoy. (Oh and her name is not fluffball, she just didn’t give me permission to print her real name) I believe there are three types of people in the world, those who love cats, those who love … More There I am in the paper #37
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.
Here’s another of my articles from the Examiner’s Feelgood. It’s an old nursing memory which I hope makes you smile. As a student nurse in the eighties sexism was alive and well and a lot more blatant than it is today. Despite the fact it seriously annoyed me I often ignored it believing most men … More There I am in the paper #35.
To the thirty who read this previously I apologise but it would appear the masses who normally read my posts missed this. I think perhaps that was due to the fact that I managed to post it and date it sometime in early May. I’m not sure how I did that but when I discovered … More There I am in the paper #27 (take two)
Mother of the year…Not! Here is my latest column from the Irish Examiners Feelgood supplement. Most of us held our children as new-born babies and made solemn promises to be the best parents they could wish for. Unfortunately, I’ve discovered life gets in the way of that promise, but I like to think it’s the thought … More There I am in the paper #18
Here is my latest article in The Examiner’s Feelgood supplement…When is a lie a lie? Last week, I happened to remark during a family chat, that my children were not very good at telling lies.”That’s because you are such a liar Mum.” they chorused. Really? That didn’t strike me as a very loving thought, a … More There I am in the paper #14
If December was party central, January is definitely hangover hell. While I’m not sitting rocking in a chair crying, I do miss the Christmas happiness and I’m also missing something else, something I’d taken for granted. It disappeared without my even noticing sometime between Christmas and New Year…my waistline! I first missed it the other … More There I am in the paper #12…or help, my waistline has gone missing!
Here we go again, my latest article in Feelgood in The Irish Examiner. It’s meant to entertain you! The line used to draw you in this week was, “As I waited in line, I rehearsed my speech. However, when I got to the cashier, what came out was a lot less revolutionary than what I … More There I am in the paper #4