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A Weeping Flower Pot

Fair daffodil, I weep today at your imminent departure. I scan the inhabitants inside my chilly walls I have treasured you since you were...

2024 Wet and Windy

New Year 2024 New year 2024 has dawned. We’re over week one in January Relentless rain has fallen Lashing on the windowpanes. Streaming...

Well its Christmas shopping time

The week before Christmas By Mick O Callaghan Its Christmas decoration time So exciting for some A boring necessary chore for more I come...

All fluffed up

FLUFFING UP I was in Springmount Garden Centre recently and I saw three attendants taking an artificial Christmas tree out of a box and...

Courtown poem with Samaritans message

Winter walk in Courtown Harbour   by Mick O Callaghan I strolled down the south pier in Courtown. On a cool and windy December evening. I...

Its December 2023

On looking out the window in December Its Saturday morning in December 2023 I pull the blinds and the room is ablaze with light. The sun...

Go on ,Have a half wan

I love that little word half and its many uses in the English language. From my earlier days I remember older people saying “ I’ll have a...

Covid /Shopping /Brown Bread

Well, I’ll be damned, but my usual routine was a wee bit disturbed again lately. You see herself, my chief household executive, fell...

Disney The Ride of a lifetime.

THE STORY OF DISNEY Some weeks ago, I read the story of Facebook and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Since then, I have devoured “The Ride of a...

Deora Dé or Fuschia in everyday parlance

FUCHSIA When I was buying my summer bedding plants this year I saw some lovely potted fuchsia plants which I admired and bought. The shop...

Fishy Fridays

Fish on Friday I was down on Courtown beach one day as the spring tide had ebbed way out and had displayed a vast expanse of beach for...

A White Spider mission

THE WHITE SPIDER BY MICK O CALAGHAN When the weather looks inclement, I get up, look out and having breakfasted and done the morning...

Vintage

Vintage Vintage isn’t something new, Its old and that’s how it is, No matter what you say, It’s that and that’s the way, You can ask God...

Coffee at eleven

Well, isn’t life gone very strange and complicated when you want to purchase a simple thing like a cup of tea or coffee. Recently I was...

The pale moon was rising

August 14th 2023 Well, it’s hard to believe that 12 months have passed since we welcomed last year’s 2022 bunch of contestants for the...

Springmount Garden Centre

I just love the very nice culture that exists at Springmount Garden Centre, Ballycanew Road, Gorey. You get that lovely feeling that you...

Touring the Wesht in summer 2023

Our aunt’s first anniversary mass was being held in Clonaslee Church, Co Laois on Sunday May 28th, 2023. We opted to attend and spend...

Dog Minding Woof Woof

It was August bank holiday weekend 2023, and we were expecting some guests for a stayover. Stella arrived on Saturday night, and she was...

Visiting Kilmacurragh

On visiting Kilmacurragh in Early April 2023 We leave the main road and travel Up a lengthy driveway in rural Wicklow Leading up to...

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