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Time Capsule #2: Names and Happiness of the World

The years I’m very good, Santa leaves an Old Farmers Almanac in my Christmas stocking. I’ve always loved reading it. Not that I ever use the astronomical calculations or the tide tables. 168 more words


Filth is so obvious a word. It is pure in its description. I think it lives inside our head almost daily. Yea on the one hand it conjours up images of garbage, dumpsters reeking of expiration.

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It's only a wall....

Welcome to the biggest building project so far at the Plough. I am currently confined to a bedroom and a bathroom upstairs and am living in a perpetual inch of dust. 373 more words

Heaven. Part-One.

Dwell Upon.

There are many great things that can be achieved here and now, if we are allowing the Holy Spirit within us to have control of our lives in the service to God? 26 more words


Reclaimed from the plough
The soil, still cloddy, cratered
By last night’s heavy squall;
Cobbles, palm-sized, glossy
As the promised talons
Of the high street nail shops… 144 more words


League campaign off to a winning start

Taibach got their league campaign off to a winning start with a 23-13 win over Bryncoch in horrendous weather conditions at the Plough.

The rain was driving down throughout, although it never dampened the spirits of the many spectators, including past players officially invited by the club, who braved the extreme conditions as the Year of the Roar got officially launched. 465 more words


Our Sand Art on Irish TV!

Thanks to Paddy Barron and Niamh Holden from Irish TV for filming Sean Corcoran and his sand art on Bunmahon Beach today. The artwork is called Grannies Comb and was created by a Farmer, a Tractor, a Plough, an Artist and a Rake! 11 more words