Monthly Archives: March 2012

Look! It’s the break light!

(Graffiti in cafe toilet – I didn’t write it) I’ve uncovered another of my patterns and this one is big (for me). I’ve been working away for the past month on productivity. I’ve read the book, Getting Things Done by … Continue reading

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Birds and Toddlers do it.

(A Robin) The birds are singing outside the window again as I write and I continue to be amazed at how much their singing affects me. For the better. I’m cheered just listening to them do their thing. They have … Continue reading

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Hello blog, whatcha got today?

(Brooklodge Hotel near Aughrim, Co. Wicklow) Every day to write this blog, I sit down facing a window with a view to the sky. I never know what I’m going to write about. I never know if anything will turn … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Mother’s Day.

(The Rock of Cashel – St Patrick definitely may have visited here (before the scaffolding and stone buildings)) Memories of my long weekend: Saturday… sitting in the lounge of Brooklodge Hotel looking out the window, listening to wedding guests all … Continue reading

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Imagine……

(Blue French door…) Right, I’ve set the dates for the next Success Team course. In fact there are two courses, one in the morning and one in the evening. The dates are Friday the 13th of April for the morning … Continue reading

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More normal thinking.

(Library pictures….. meat….) I have always been a carnivore. My normal thinking around it would be: To survive a human needs to eat meat (almost) every day. While I have often considered eating less meat, my normal thinking told me … Continue reading

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Crows are birds too.

(The old Greystones harbour) I noticed a sign out on the motorway yesterday saying that Mount User gardens were open again after the winter. That is definitely a sign of spring. So, I’m going to take my camera there and … Continue reading

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