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Peeping through my fingers.

So my friends and greatest supporters, tomorrow is D Day and I’m sick. Not actually sick, but sick with nerves. As I told you before, … 362 more words

Life

Thursday Doors

I’m still in the city of Cork for Thursday Doors this week, with a triple delight for all you lovers of red doors. This image is of the Butter Museum, which is part of the old Butter Exchange, close to St. 667 more words

Ireland

The Extra Man.

It’s close to four years since Daniel last played football, a game he loved dearly, and almost three years since he passed away. In our… 149 more words

Life

Thursday Doors

Arches and railings, a feisty woman, plus some nice views from the top of a bus, all come to you this week from Thursday Doors in Cork City.  516 more words

Ireland

A shout out and a favour to ask.

Some of you may remember my writing previously about young Ben? He was a beautiful, handsome, lively six year old who became ill and passed away within the space of two weeks. 397 more words

Life

Family Friendly Dublin

This summer we combined a trip to the amazing city of London with two weeks in one of my favourite countries, Ireland. We thought that Ireland’s beautiful sights, laid back friendliness and easy connections would be a perfect family destination after the intensity of the British capitol and Dublin was a great introduction for us. 967 more words

Family Travel

Confessions of a Short Term Missionary

I have a confession to make: I hate talking about missions trips.

Now please don’t hear me incorrectly. I don’t hate missions trips. I am not condemning missions trips, nor am I questioning the motives of those who participate on them (As someone who has participated in four of them short-term, I have no leg to stand on). 807 more words

Missions