Hi James, a very belated thank you for your lovely Red Ribbon gift. Hope everything is going well for you and yours. I'm back in West Cork where the scenery as always is beautiful and the weather unpredictable! Take care for now. Cheers!
James sorry to hear your sound has gone and hope you get it back soon as I have a new song I think you will like . I am going into hospital tommorrow for an op on my back keep me in your prayers I will be fine thanks for your continued support Mary x
Hi James, hope I find you well. Sincere apologies for not replying but I've not logged on for months, mainly because I was in the Beara Peninsula, West Cork for most of the summer and will indeed be returning next week. Apart from that I've been catching up on things here in Dublin and doing a bit of work in between.
I'm so sorry to hear you lost your daughter James, I'm sure it doesn't get harder than that. I pray you find the strength to cope with your terrible loss and that as time passes the days will become more bearable. Take care for now, Ann
Hi James, hope your Christmas was a good one! Ireland is looking particularly beautiful at the moment as we're having lots of snowfalls. Temperatures are below freezing a lot of the time but I reckon we'll survive, the scenery really makes up for it. Wishing you and your family a Happy, Healthy 2010.
Hi James, good to hear from you and thanks for your concern. The weather here in Ireland has been unbelievable. The rainfall over the past few weeks has been out of this world. Elderly people say they've never experienced anything like it. The west coast and midlands have been the worst hit because our two main rivers, the Shannon and Liffey burst their banks. Water in some areas on the west coast rose to 7+ feet and now to make matters worse their water is contaminated. I can't imagine what's it's like to lose your home and belongings especially just before Christmas. I pray for them all. Here in Dublin we've been very lucky, thank God. Hope everything is fine with you. Again thanks and take care. Cheers, Ann