The second part of Litfest….
Once you get beyond individual diners and restaurateurs, you may enter the murky world of the food industry. If you’re of the opinion that ignorance in bliss, don’t listen to Joanna Blythman! Continue reading “More Food For Thought”
It may be a cliched title, but Litfest 2017 certainly did provide food for thought, and plenty of it. I was lucky enough to be volunteering and got to see plenty of the action between shifts. Continue reading “Food for Thought”
A recent conversation, me reading Mr. WB’s ‘Gardener’s World’ (having given him a subscription for his birthday). Continue reading “Sofa Sundays”
You may have noticed a distinct lack of blog posts in the past month or so. Things have been somewhat busy- some fun things (set to become future blog posts!) and some less fun (a variety of meetings, appointments & Physiotherapy).
In the meantime, play ‘Where’s Wally’ with the photo below!
Forget *’La-La Land’, I’m in Limbo Land at at the moment. Every day, I’ve been coming home wondering if today is the day that my Ballymaloe results will be sitting on the hall floor, waiting for me. It’s been over 10 weeks now, though it seems far longer.
Before I’d even settled back into ‘normal’ life, I spotted this on Instagram: the dining room, set up for the First Supper of the next group of students. It was like the first time you see your ex walking past with someone new. Continue reading “Limbo Land”
I was listening to the radio today, when a certain electrical shop asked if I wanted a ‘smarter, slimmer model’ advertising TVs up to 98 inches.
‘Be the envy of your friends‘ the ad said. Really? Is that it? Is that what I’m supposed to want? Is there someone out there who will buy a new TV because they want their friends to be jealous of them?
Continue reading “Saturday afternoon musings..”
Well, sometimes I don’t like to move it, move it (in fact, I look like I’m struggling in the picture to the right), but I do it anyway. I know that, even if I’m tired, I’ll more than likely feel better afterwards.
Continue reading “I like to move it, move it…”
Mr. WB & I watched ‘What Richard Did’ on Valentine’s night. Not quite anyone’s idea of a romantic film, but RTE are showing Lenny Abrahamson’s back catalogue in the run-up to Oscar night. It was critically lauded on its release, but I’d missed it in the cinema, and up till now. Continue reading “What the Whimsical Bear Watched”