January We enjoy lazy Summer Days at home Mamó Comes to stay . They enjoy her cuddles and stories. February The littlest one starts Kindy and enjoys every minute. Mummy and Mamó enjoy hanging out together Cú Boo turns 4 requests a Paw Patrol Cake. March The Boys Aussie Grandmother/ Nanna becomes ill and must... Continue Reading →
I felt so tired today that I sat on the shower floor and allowed the raindrops to pour down my back. Then I noticed the black mould growing on the grout between the tiles. I had to close my eyes and ignore yet another job that needed to be done.
Finding Gratitude in the Every Day. His Adventurous Spirit The sweet evening scent of star Jasmine. Just Divine. My Magnificent swim that took me back to days in Ireland when I would jump into any water, river, lake, beach no matter the temperature. Oh the Freedom Our little Tinny for showing us... Continue Reading →
I have been a bit slack with the picture taking of late. These are snippets of what we have been doing and what I have appreciated. What snippets of Gratitude can you record in your daily life ? Evening adventures on the beach Turning two an equal blend of bitter and sweet. Five minutes under... Continue Reading →
So we need to talk.We need to talk about something that is rarely spoken aloud. We need to try and break down the ridiculous barriers our culture has created. Walls created at the risk of lives.We need to talk about mental health. We need to recognise that depression is an illness and that it should never, ever... Continue Reading →
The second of January 2014 what a crazy date. I remember as a child pondering on such futuristic dates. What would the world be like then? Would we be living in space and getting about in flying cars? Yet here I am in 2014, it does not seem all that futuristic. I have a car full of... Continue Reading →
I had been finding it hard to reflect upon my year, the year of 2013. The main story of course being that we welcomed a new soul into this beautiful world. However the year of the snake, has thrown some unexpected venom our way but thankfully there has been some very welcome anti venom to heal the... Continue Reading →
I come from a small green land, a land rich with musicians and rebels, poets and playwrights saints and scholars. A land full of people that are always willing and able to party into the wee small hours. Where craic agus ceol (music and fun) is the national motto. Admittedly this land has changed greatly... Continue Reading →