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Ailsa has a tendency of choosing challenging weekly topics. I mean… just because it was International Woman’s Day last week some time it doesn’t mean we have to have a woman related challenge, does it? Yes, it does! So… just … Continue reading
Fierce: adjective having or displaying a violent or ferocious aggressiveness. “fierce fighting continued throughout the day” Synonyms: ferocious, savage, vicious; wild, feral, untamed, undomesticated; aggressive, bloodthirsty, dangerous; cruel, brutal, murderous; menacing, threatening, terrible, grim “a fierce black mastiff” aggressive, cut-throat, competitive; keen, intense, strong, relentless … Continue reading
Pairs… yes, twos… one and one! That’s the past Ailsa wants to go down this week. Pairs! I gave it a bit f thought and realise the good lady had omitted Dublin’s most famous pair! Yep… the Poolbeg Chimneys. How … Continue reading