Farewell January

I don’t know about you but this month seems to have dragged on for ages. At last we are starting to see a grand stretch in the evening, it’s 5.25 pm and it’s still not completely dark.

I’m doing absolutely nothing at the moment, well except writing this post, I have a Jack Russell at my feet and a Pug behind my head both are gently snoring.

I feel like things are moving on, I have a head full of ideas – again. No big plans at the moment, I’m just going with the flow and trusting whatever is out there to point me in the right direction.

One thing that I am looking forward to is a short visit to Faro. I saw a post on Ireland West Airport’s page about cheap flights so we are going for two nights in April and as I look out at the hailstones hitting the window it can’t come quickly enough.

I went for my first counselling session with my new counsellor yesterday, it went well. I’ve come a long way since I was last seen but I also have a long way to go as well. It’s all a learning curve and although I know it can make me feel worse to begin with it will worth it in the end.

I hope you are all keeping well and if you are in Sligo on Monday we have a coffee morning in The Blind Tiger from 10am – 12 noon – it’d be great to see you.


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  1. I’m happy to read your session went well, and yes, painful in the beginning, but worth the hard work. I had to look up Faro, it still boggles my mind that you can fly there so easily, but people have said the same thing about living in Canada, guess its all perspective and where you live. Your pups sound like little darlings, and enjoy the moment of no plans. I find often we all busy ourselves up, that we push aside those much needed, but more quiet moments- I know I do, I am better at it but I’m a work in progress 🙂 as I’m sure we all are. You have had such a varied and interesting month, but I know what you mean by feeling like its been dragging on. Take good care of yourself ❤

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