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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Have you happy feet? Or would you opt for a bit of cankle-sucking? Some weirdness is afoot in the impossible world of women’s shoes. Now that summer’s here, thank God I’m happy with my cascade. What a relief. Given that, … Continue reading
Sometimes you learn life lessons in a petrol station queue… Today, I witnessed the beginning of the end of a childhood. When I went about the mundane task of putting petrol in the car and paying for it, I didn’t … Continue reading
All the baby books and bibles will tell you how to deal with tantrums and temperatures… but what do you do when they’re bored? “I’m bored.” “Clean your room.” “I’m not that bored. I want to do something exciting.” “Like … Continue reading
After a ten-year hiatus, Irish troops return to Lebanon. The conflict is age-old and the same problems will face them… but my, how things have changed… Er…hello…over This morning, 200 Irish soldiers headed for Lebanon as part of a UNIFIL … Continue reading
Today is National Falls Awareness Day (http://www.trilcentre.org/fallsawareness2011) According to the that website, one third of people over the age of 65 fall each year and two thirds of them will fall again within six months. We should, it seems, respect … Continue reading