Monthly Archives: November 2015

NaNoWriMon’t

So, November happened. I didn’t write the novel I had planned. I’ve closed my NaNoWriMo account. From the moment I opened the account on the first of November, I didn’t write a word of it. Now that I’ve closed the … Continue reading

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I find a sauna, a car and a book

I’ve spent the last week in Galway where I’m working on a course full-time for two weeks. The school is putting me up in a lovely hotel, and the lovely hotel has a lovely leisure centre with a pool and … Continue reading

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Further notes on being an adult

Notes on the Car I can’t believe I’m still writing about the car. I don’t find cars interesting enough to write this much about them. Since it got back from the garage, the car has in one way been a … Continue reading

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Shane Long, the big push and the rest of my life

I fell in love on Monday. I was messing about on twitter when I came across the name “Shane Long”.  I had a feeling it was someone who I should know, so I googled him. He’s a soccer player for Southampton and … Continue reading

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The Crack Den

I’m in Cork, visiting my parents. When one of us visits, my mother always has the same jobs for us. The classic one is putting photos from her camera onto her computer, and then going through them with her one-by-tedious-one and … Continue reading

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Omnishambles

I was working in Dublin on Friday, so I went to bed early in the hopes of getting to sleep early. Of course, that didn’t happen and I was still awake and playing on my phone at 4:00 am when … Continue reading

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