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It’s that time of the year again when we’re supposed to take the year in review and assess our performance. This is much the same at work where we’re either happy or dejected with what our personal feedback from our … Continue reading
Yesterday’s post got me thinking. The photo was taken on the promenade in Arklow Town. We’d gone down to see if the full moon rising would present any opportunities but alas, it was so cloudy that there was no sign … Continue reading
Today marks the 3rd anniversary of the untimely passing of our friend Mick the Barber. Yes, he has left us but no, his spirit is alive and well. He still causes a smile to crack the frown on many a … Continue reading
Numbers… so compelling, so defining… so incriminating! Yep, just think… in this past week the fellow in SA got five years… for shooting four shots. Numbers. But I hear you protest, these numbers have relevance… lives were affected. Yes… and … Continue reading
I couldn’t quite make up my mind what to show you this week… Ailsa’s treatment of “broken” is rather eclectic so I’ll be a little off beat as well. The ruins of the lock keeper’s cottage at the long broken … Continue reading
Some time in March I went walk-about along the Wicklow coastline. To be more precise, I walked the Greystones to Bray cliff walk. A pleasant 8 kilometers or so walk from station to station. Closer to Bray I noticed something … Continue reading
Seems my skewed take on things is at times more a curse than a blessing so maybe I should read the signs… Which makes me think… have I reached a point where OMBH has reached it’s “best by” date? Have … Continue reading