Tag Archives: Ireland

Moe’s CafΓ©, Tramore, Waterford.

  A chance meeting in that cafΓ© by the beach, Where we sat and chatted easily as only family can, About life and plans and age and youth and memories we share. ‘Though we don’t meet that often it didn’t … Continue reading

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Burrow Beach, Sutton, Dublin on a Summer’s day.

Silver sand, flowing tide. Sitting with my son. A memory filed.

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Good to be alive !

This is the view my sister and I had today – Tramore Bay with Brownstown Head in the distance. We’d just had a lovely lunch in a converted coast guard station, which also doubled as an art gallery. All in … Continue reading

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St. Patrick’s Day Afterthought.

I’ve never bought into the whole St Patrick’s Day carry on. Can’t stand it. You know what I mean – the leprechaun hunting, Darby O’Gill watching, faith and begorrah roaring, shamrock wearing, beer swilling, parade marching, jigs and reels lepping, … Continue reading

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