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April showers brings May flowers ~ For YOU

April showers brings May flowers for you. Yup, YOU.
Life is nice like that. There is something around the corner that can make you smile.

Horse racing ~ The betting public. Hmmm!

Horse racing is also called the “sport of Kings”. I guess it is because of a long history of being a sport for the more wealthy. Probably something got to do with the olden days when a King or wealthy nobleman brought out his finest horse on a Sunday and raced him against a neighbouring

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NEVER QUIT ~ aspire to inspire

Life can be difficult for everybody at any time. Pick me ups can be hard to find. There are ways, there are answers

False accusations ~ How pathetic are they?

How much drama does it take to fill up a life?
Does stress lead to more drama & drama lead to more stress?

Overcome, Change, Adapt ~ Life (fears)

Overcome, Change, Adapt ~ Life (fears) 2 thousand & twenty, what a year. A pandemic rages like the wildfires. The fire eventually burns out, some lose their homes while others lose their pets. The pandemic though? Sheesh! Many lose a loved one. This is sad.For all of the rest of the world, new fears. Fear

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A letter to Government ~ Covid-19 Ireland.

Oh boy, oh boy! There have been so many hiccups and opportunities squandered by our elected officials in how corona virus has been dealt with. The compounding of same continues. Perhaps you do not live in the same country as me, though you have similar feelings and opinions towards the strange methods & restrictions that

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Energy, feelings, tired ~ FRIDAY FEELINGS

The end of the week has arrived. The weekend of rest and relaxation lies ahead. What will one do this weekend? During corona times, how does anyone know whether it is midweek, weekend or even Monday all day everyday? What will you do this weekend? Fewer and fewer places to go or things to do.

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Corona Virus ~ Community Support

Now that we have found ourselves in a pandemic & it is looking more long term than first thought. How can we begin to support our community?