Sunday Thoughts

A special Sunday Thoughts as it's St. Stephen's Day, Boxing Day, or St. Stephensessess Day. However you prefer to say it. I remember our first St. Stephen's Day in Ireland in 1991, there was a knock on the door and a group of 'wren boys' were there. There's an interesting article here to tell you... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

It's been a week of really feeling the love and feeling appreciated. A week of many highs, and I'm firmly staying away from the 'C' word. I had some lovely post, including this letter from Sligo County Council which was a real surprise and so wonderful to receive. I also got a signed photo from... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

Here we are again, another Sunday, and another dismal day. I hate these dark December days, and look forward to the days getting brighter and longer again. We had Storm Barra midweek, to be honest I don't usually pay an awful lot of heed to the storms they name. I usually find the unnamed ones... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

Here we are again, another Sunday and fairly motoring through the year. It's been a busy couple of weeks but I like being busy. I've produced some local gift guides which you can see on the blog, and I'm working on a Roscommon one - which is going to be lovely. It's great discovering new... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

Sunday, Sockies, shook, Squid Game; that kind of sums up this blog post. It's been a really exciting ten days or so. I'm absolutely over the moon to have won a Sockies award, I really didn't expect it and I haven't fully recovered! I won the Social Media Strategy: SME category. It was for the... Continue Reading →

Sunday Thoughts

Another Sunday, the weeks roll by quickly. I managed to get out exploring which was just lovely. I wrote one post about the oldest shop in Ireland, and I plucked up the courage to ask if I could take photos, that was quite an achievement. I left home early in the morning to visit Moore... Continue Reading →

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