Sunday Thoughts

It's a while since I've done one of these posts but now that we are in November and in a second level 5 lockdown I thought I'd write one. I know I have a lot of readers outside Ireland, so what does Level 5 mean? Well basically only essential retail is open, and we are... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

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 →

Comfortably Numb

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 →

Sunday Thoughts

It's been a while since I've done a Sunday thoughts post, so here goes. It's been a busy couple of weeks, any spare time I get I try to paint, it's so relaxing (most of the time - when I'm not getting cross with the President of Ireland - long story). Covid continues, the numbers... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

It's been a while since I've done one of these blog posts. I hope you are all keeping well and staying safe. I'm not going to talk about covid, or golf, or protests - it just winds me up. So I'll just tell you about things here. Things are good, I'm keeping busy. I've almost... Continue Reading →

Curtain Call

There's something very special about the theatre. From an audience point of view there's the buzz of the foyer when you enter, the laughter and chatter of the crowd, anticipation of the show they are about to see. You take your seats, the lights go down, the audience goes silent and the curtain rises. For... Continue Reading →

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