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The grassy knoll

I ran with abandon down the grassy knoll till I fell and rolled into a mess. I laughed heartily and I realised that everyone was watching with churlish...

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The morning in itself

Ireland in February usually means rain and wind. Maybe a bit of sleet or hail. The sun hides from Ireland generally around this time of year. We put...

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A blog too far

Persevering with this blogging thing. Purely cathartic at the start. Now want it to go somewhere more. I’m not one to give up and I’m not about to...

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The density of it all

Ok, I hate to admit it. I am in my mid forties. Hence, I am middle aged. Even writing the words gives me the chills. But hey that...

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Sentimental movies

Watched a feelgood movie last night. Nothing too deep, very representative of a succesful middle class suburbia. Something I would normally shun. My pseudo wanna be intellectual creative...

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Yearning for a change

You wake up one day and you feel the need for a drastic change. You know the feeling. Personally I get about 6 a month. you act on...

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Tummy troubles

Don’t know about anyone else, although I suspect there may be a few of you. But my digestion woes seem to correspond directly with my anxiety or stress...

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Turnatables and(unnamed) saccharine sweet black fizzy drinks

Lo and behold the tide does actually turn. The things I have taken for granted can now prop me up to face the beast unleashed. The remaining other...

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Dawning of men

The dawn sits eagerly beyond the top of the hill. Pondering it’s inevitable return to this place. We all wait with bated breath. Even though we know the...

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Lost in the middle somewhere

The end of the day brings a sense of safety sometimes. Nighttime protects all. Shrouded under the veil of darkness we can take refuge and sanctuary from the...

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