A Blind Man Showed Me The Light

Taking a walk through Battersea Park I felt out of sorts. With a lot on my mind I almost felt like I wasn’t really walking but floating on a cloud. Feeling a little unsure and a little apprehensive. Moving back to Ireland is overwhelming, a new job, a new house, an experience I should be used to by now but still never prepared for. We … Continue reading A Blind Man Showed Me The Light

“Don’t take your organs to heaven, heaven knows we need them here”

“Don’t take your organs to heaven, heaven knows we need them here”. This valuable quote was said by Maxie Scully. It coincides Organ Donation Awareness Week. The event gives people the chance to become an organ donor or obtain information on organ donation. Maxie Scully died on the 12th of August 2006 after a lifetime battle with illness. He was 52 years of age. While … Continue reading “Don’t take your organs to heaven, heaven knows we need them here”

D’fhág Mé Mo Chroí i gConnemara

Of all the trips I’ve taken abroad and all the exotic countries I’ve stepped foot on – Connemara is one of the most special places. For those not familiar with Connemara, it’s in Galway, the West of the West! It’s where the Galway Gaeltacht community resides.  It was a last minute trip but the memories made everlasting. Here’s my tips and tricks to ensure you … Continue reading D’fhág Mé Mo Chroí i gConnemara