To continue my story of Longsight through the ages makes me become emotional about thoughts of the past, the people I knew, the events we lived through, the poor times and not so poor times. So here we go. I was born in February 1946 a Baby Boomer if ever […]
The British Isles 2021. A Good Place To Live?
Many things happened over the weekend ie. 13th/14th March 2021 which seem to sum up what this distasteful piece of history that we are living in is all about. In particular the gathering on Clapham Common by a bunch of peaceful but determined women who wanted to share in the […]
Trying To Understand
Last Saturday morning I attended the internment of an old lady. She had passed the 100 mark last October. I had known her since the Christmas of 1968 – a long time – and she had become to me a necessary part of my life. Because of recent Covid restrictions, […]
How to Kill People Legally. Euthanasia Incorporated
That snivelling, miserable Corky rat that is our Taoiseach (Prime Minister) Micheal Martin has swung again after realising the only way out of the present situation is to live with the virus, he now says the National Vaccination Programme is the only way out and that the programme needs to […]
The Idiocy That Is Covid.
I have loved three women in my life, first my mother who I lived with for 21 years and who cherished my children until her untimely death in 1988. She never had a penny she could call her own yet she taught me to think rich. I regret that due […]
Historic Boyle Part 3
We are still heading into the town of Boyle showing Ma Femme the historic wonders of this small town I adopted many years ago. Ma Femme is quietly amazed at its riches as we trundle along Military Road and past the Garda Barracks, a new construction built about 30 years […]
Following On From Yesterday
Yesterday, 1st February 2021, I published a post entitled “February 2021’s Thoughts” and as certain events are starting to evolve, I thought it wise to continue along some of yesterday’s themes. It seems that at Pemberley House Care Home in Basingstoke in Hampshire, 22 of its 65 residents have died […]
February 2021’s Thoughts
It is 6.30 am of a Monday morning at the beginning of February 2021, 18 days from my 75th birthday and I am just wondering whether anything has improved in those 75 years. I was conceived on or just after VE Day 1945. I know I was a late baby […]
A Way Through The Morass.
Let us start off with the premise that man needs woman and vice versa although it is not in this instance an adverb I would choose to dwell on. This need is there in all forms of natural existence. Let us also presume that both sides of this need is […]
Preview to 2021
It is a week since I returned to blogging and I have found it hard to put finger to button, pen to paper, mind to word. The world is in such a horrible place with this Covid fraud, I just do not know where to start. We have been told […]