I see so many beautiful arts and crafts made in Ireland so I thought I do some mentions on my Twitter account. It's been really busy and I'm seeing even more beautiful things, so to carry on the support I decided to write a blog post. Part One features things that I have bought, I... Continue Reading →
Three years ago today was the first coffee morning that I ever held. For those of you who might be new to the blog you might not know that I suffered badly with depression and anxiety. During that time I lost friends, I missed meeting people for coffee, I missed being me. Through the blog... Continue Reading →
If you missed my radio show on Ballina Community Radio today, you can listen back here. There's a mix of music and lots of chat about things to do in the area, including The Shed Distillery, the National Museum of Country Life and more.
Well it's that time of the week again for some of my ramblings. I hope you are all doing OK during these strange times. There's certainly an autumnal feeling in the air and the mornings have been misty with a real chill. We are rewarded with dewy cobwebs and some beautiful sunny days though. Lucy... Continue Reading →
If you follow me on Twitter or Facebook you'll have seen my very fetching blue gown today. I had an MRI scan, it's my first time to have one and it was grand. Very loud and a bit claustrophobic but I kept my eyes shut and I had headphones on with the radio on. The... Continue Reading →
Our wedding anniversary was in June, we were 30 years married which I think is quite achievement. As everything we closed due to Covid we didn't get to celebrate, well we had fish and chips in the car but it wasn't the same. So yesterday we went out for dinner. I honestly can't remember the... Continue Reading →