All posts filed under: Kindness

Never Assume!

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Diva / Family / Friendship / humorous / Job Hunting / Kindness

Part of the reason for my long absence from the blogosphere is that I was fortunate enough to get a teaching position that kept me out of the house from early morning until almost six each evening. I will admit that it was a bit of a culture shock after all, I usually work a three hour day twice a week! However, it was a culture shock that I enjoyed immensely. My new job began […]

Random Acts of Kindness

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Beauty / Family / Kindness / Laughter / Love / Make up / Sharing

My last blog reflected my feelings during the past few weeks…………meh……… say the least! Writing about the madness and the rudeness of it all helped get it out of my system, helped me move on and dare I say laugh at the silliness that surrounded the escapade. So, I picked myself up, dusted myself off and resumed the job hunt and even got another interview, one which restored my faith in humanity! I also had […]

Furry Friends

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Family / Home / Kindness / Life / Love / Mammy Byrne / memories / nature

I found a mouse in the hot press on Monday morning. It was quite large and had obviously been lying there dead for a while. I had noticed a smell on the landing but couldn’t quite figure out what it was. I had a sneaking suspicion it could be a rodent gone bad but I hoped it wasn’t. So there I was on Monday, rushing about making sure everyone was ready for school and work. […]

Still Happy

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#100happydays / Blog Awards Ireland 2014 / Hobbies / humorous / Kindness / Life / Life's small pleasures

Well it’s been awhile since the #100happydays challenge came to an end.  I am still very aware of the little things that infuse the most mundane and ordinary of days with happiness. I am more aware than ever before of the importance of reflecting and being grateful for them. Since finishing the challenge I have taken up running, well I have begun the the couch to 5k challenge and am delighted with my progress. I […]