Tag Archives: Siobhan McNamara

Our first President came up with some good quotes too!

The first President of Ireland. Douglas Hyde was born on this day January 17 in 1860. This is one of my favourite quotes, a truth of which I am constantly reminded. “Every crag and gnarled tree and lonely valley has its … Continue reading

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Actor Sean McGinley in beautiful Glenveagh to launch Donegal Film Office website

Some things I discovered while covering this event today for Donegal Now and Ocean FM: Glenveagh National Park is amazing in the snow and well worth a winter visit Sean McGinley is an absolute gentleman, very down to earth, humble … Continue reading

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2014 in review – Thanks to everyone who stopped by

Thank you to each and every one of you who visited my blog in 2014. I am grateful for all the feedback and interaction but more than anything I am grateful for all the people I have got to know to … Continue reading

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Solstice Reflection

A wee reflection on this, the winter solstice. Love and light to you all xxx

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How does your garden grow?

Below is this week’s contribution to Friday Fictioneers. The challenge is to write a story in approximately 100 words in response to the photo prompt provided. This week’s photo comes courtesy of ©Janet Webb. To join the party, click here … Continue reading

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Litter Warden – a 100 word story

The group challenge is to write a 100 word story based on the photo prompt below courtesy of ©The Reclining Gentleman To read other Friday Fictioneers contributions, click here To join the party, click here Litter Warden Finbar made his living … Continue reading

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Induction Day

This is my 100-word story for Velvet Verbosity #396. The prompt for this week is the work ‘inspect.’ Induction Day “It’s a dirty job, but someone’s got to do it,” said Norma cheerfully. Melanie groaned. She hated cheerful co-workers. And … Continue reading

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