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Three Weeks!

Only three weeks (and two days) from the day the Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Enda Kenny had President Higgins declare the dissolution of the Dáil (parliament or roughly Senate equivalent) until Election Day (February 26th). 530 more words

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Trad Fest 2016

Yes, it’s that time of year. A time where the gloomy weather, seemingly endless rain, and short days are enough to drive even the most cheerful of disposition to despair. 721 more words

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I'm Published!

I was recently honored to have one of my poems published in Skylight 47 – a poetry magazine which dubs itself ‘possibly Ireland’s most interesting poetry publication’. 270 more words

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Ceol ag Nollaig

Having missed last years’ concert, I was determined to attend Moya Brennan’s Christmas concert this year. Thursday night isn’t the most convenient night for a concert, but I still had a few personal holidays this year and decided to make it a long weekend. 306 more words

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Happy Holidays

One of the things I look forward to this time of year is seeing what the window displays will be at the major shops. Hands down, Brown Thomas always does the best, keeping them entertaining without being in-your-face commercial. 352 more words

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More Ice, Sir?

I love ice. Well, not on roads when I’m driving or sidewalks when I’m strolling. A tree with a thin layer of ice appears as if it’s encased in crystal. 690 more words

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A Penny For Your Thoughts Just Became More Expensive

I love the color copper and there’s something endearing about a shiny new penny. I actually pick dozens of them off the streets throughout the year – whether they’re shiny and new or dull, beaten and nearly unrecognizable. 536 more words

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