Mother’s Day and memories

So tomorrow is Mother’s Day in Ireland and the UK. I think it’s a Hallmark Day to be honest but anyway that’s beside the point. Not only is it Mother’s Day this weekend but it was also my dad’s 10th anniversary yesterday. You are probably wondering where I’m going with this but I went to […]

There’s always hope

I read something on Social Media earlier this week and it wound me up. It was along the lines of hope is for losers and trying is passive. I know I shouldn’t pay much heed to things online but I thought back over the last couple of years in my own life. It was hope […]

Coolaney, Sligo sunrise

Winter Solstice

I spent Winter Solstice in a contemplative mood, it was a day of looking back and reflecting. A day spent mending bridges instead of burning them. A day to let the past go. I’ve realised over the last few months that dwelling on the past doesn’t make me feel good. In fact it drags me […]

Jellybeans for breakfast

It’s been a challenging couple of days and as I’ve found so often in the past there’s always something reassuring that happens to tell me I’m going in the right direction. Today was one of those light-bulb moments. I went along to ‘Homecoming’ with Rachel Webb at the North Leitrim Women’s Centre today. It was […]

Let it be

I was at the Bootleg Beatles last night with Jono, they played Sligo Live and we really enjoyed it. It’s the first concert Jono has been to in a wheelchair and it made the night so much easier for him. The concert was over 2 and a half hours long and was a really great […]

Moving on and moving out

It feels much later in the week than Thursday – to me anyway. Just a few things to tell you. Sligo Hub is going really well so if you happen to land on this site looking for things to do in Sligo head over to the hub for the most up to date information. You […]