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“Bereavement is a powerful word for our reactions to the overwhelming way death attacks us in the loss of a spouse, a child or another loved one”. Kennedy & Charles The loss of a loved one causes a broad range … Continue reading
Here’s the question. At what age should you stop celebrating birthdays? Perhaps when the candles cost more than the cake? In May, I was 60 and went a bit crazy. Golfing outings … Continue reading
The Hunt for My Pullover: In Ireland we call them Pullovers or Jumpers. Preferably made from pure wool, it’s the single best way to keep the damp at bay, during the 9-month weather period (October to June) in Ireland when … Continue reading
One time Unionist MP for South Down, Enoch Powell, is famous for his so-called ‘Rivers of Blood’ speech delivered in 1968 when he stated: “All political lives, unless they are cut off in midstream at a happy juncture, end in … Continue reading
I was dragged out of a deep sleep early last Thursday morning. Cillian slept through his alarm and was late for work. Daddy Taxi to the rescue – again! The speed limits only apply after 8am. Right? On the way … Continue reading
Q: How do you know that you are getting old? A: When you start to like Michael Buble! A couple of years ago, I was dragged along to see Michael Buble. He was playing at the Point Depot (or was … Continue reading