It’s been very sad around here the past few days so I thought I’d share one of my pieces from the Irish Examiner’s Feelgood. Hope it brings a smile to your faces. September is within touching distance so… hands up who isn’t just a little bit happy? Don’t get me wrong I am not exactly … More There I am in the paper #39
When I was growing up I attended an all girls secondary school, run by nuns. Yes it was as boring as it sounded and sadly it was not a school that suited me. As part of our “education” in our final year we had career guidance. What a joke! The nun, who I had least … More But what are you?
Before our babies are born, we cannot imagine life with a child. Once they arrive, we cannot imagine life without them. For the past twenty two years,. I have been a hands on mom. I gave up my nursing career, to stay at home when my first child was born I can remember my husband … More Life will never be the same again.
When each of my children were born, I gave them a gift. A huge amount of thought went into this gift, and I can honestly say it meant the world to me. But to this day not one of my children, is even remotely interested in it. What was the gift? It was a song. … More “Goodbye for now, my wee small boy”.