Last evening I went to the Lighthouse cinema in Smithfield to see the documentary ‘Truth or Dare’ (some people have called it a rockumentary but I have issues with makey-uppy words like that – I am only mentioning it to express my disgust at the bastardization of language). Continue reading Truth or dare: Strike a pose
My work week was short – only two days. And thus began the bank holiday weekend. Continue reading Bog bodies, bog buddies.
Actually my vegetarian dilemma is non existent. I’m a happy meat-eater. Continue reading My vegetarian dilemma
It started yesterday morning.
The dull, thumping dread. Continue reading The Fear
Today is the last day of my summer holiday. In honour of this special day I decided that I needed to cram in some last minute tourist fun. What better way to do this than to visit a dungeon.
Continue reading Tales from the Crypt
Since my last post I have been busy and international.
Yesterday continued my home vacation. It’s my annual summer fortnight off work. And save for the weekend in Galway, so far I have spent it in Dublin. Continue reading Holiday at home
After my spurt of home pride yesterday morning, I left the flat and made my way to Connolly Station. To meet with a visitor from the Netherlands, on her maiden voyage to Ireland. Continue reading Northside adventures
I have spent two hours cleaning my house this morning.
Continue reading Mister Mop
Friday night is for dancing. If that’s your thing. For me however I had other plans. I was going to a concert. To see Graham Norton singing some of his songs. Continue reading Summertime and the living is easy