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
The week has flown by. So here is this weeks link to my column in The Feelgood supplement in The Irish Examiner. This week the pullout quote was, ‘The other day, in a desperate attempt to detox, I placed my phone in a kitchen drawer. Who needs a phone 24/7?’ I hope you enjoy it. … More There I am in the paper. #3
In case you have been losing sleep worrying and fretting over my lack of holiday accommodation five days before we travel, sleep tight my friend, for we are all sorted. After writing my last post it hit me that there was a real danger we’d spend a week in Scotland with no place to lie … More Holiday update.
I wondered today whether to post this, as Ireland is reeling in shock at the choice made by Britain to leave the EU. It seemed wrong to post something trivial when so many are fearful what may lie ahead. However Britain’s choice only makes me feel more protective and proud of my own country. We … More Come on you boys in green.
While sitting with my daughter in the car the other day something she said reminded me of this old post. I think you’ll enjoy it. At what age do men stop loving themselves? Posted on November 6, 2013 by tric Why you may ask am I picking on men? Dont women spend hours each day, making sure … More Were men born to love themselves?
Have you ever shopped in the dark? Would you think it’s a good idea? No I didn’t either, however I know a certain shop who think it’s a great idea. Are you familiar with them? They are a certain American fashion shop (featuring an A and an F in their title) who arrived in Ireland … More Who loves shopping in the dark?
I saw this in my drafts folder today. I wrote it one night over Easter, obviously after I’d celebrated the occasion, and seen one list post too many on Facebook .Warning, you may get my lack of love for lists from it. Hey you over there, writing those lists.. Don’t tell me how to deal … More Hey you, writing those list posts…(a slightly drunken post)