This Funny Irish Life
Welcome to This Funny Irish Life: a personal, monthly blog about well, my life! If you’ve been a regular reader for the past few years, you’ll know that I’ve been blogging regularly over on Blogger.
Until now. Since July, 2021 I’ve moved here to my new home on WordPress. All my content has been brought over and you can find my latest columns by clicking on Read More below, and older columns by checking out the Archive section at the end of this page.
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Latest from the Blog
Happy New Year everyone. Best to start off on an optimistic note. And to be honest, I’ve never been so relieved to let the new year slip quietly in. Christmas in our house was different, given that the two youngest joined us via Zoom from their bedrooms on Christmas day. Turkey with a side helpingContinue reading “New Year’s resolution? Let Go.”
I’ve reached an age where my infrequent trips to the doctor feel a lot more serious and grown up. Obviously, I have been an adult for quite some time. I have three grown up children of my own. I’ve just always believed that if there’s not much wrong with you, it’s okay to forget thatContinue reading “Grow Older, don’t Grow Up”
There’s two important things I’ve learned as I get older. The first is never waste a good hair day. The second is to ask for help. To be honest, I’ve always been pretty good at the second one. I’ve never been one of those super women with full time jobs and wonderful nannies for theirContinue reading “It takes a Village”
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