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I’ve just finished reading ‘Pack up the Moon’ as the author of another book I was reading had recommended it. I started it one evening and actually took the next day off work to read all day. I laughed, I cried, I held my breath – it was GREAT! I can’t wait to see what else you’ve written!
Hi Anna, so delighted to hear that I am not the only person to have a dog that eats her own shit!!! John thinks shes a smelly dirtbag and wont touch her with a barge pole – now I can tell him it’s all perfectly natural. Although it still freaks him out the way she waits outside when he’s on the loo!!!
What about The Forgotten Soldiers Journey.I love history really enjoyed your piece Anna, really realy interesting.
You are an absolute scream and have me laughing here at some wonderful childhood memories and trips together( you forgot your Hen weekend in London TG!! Love to you, your drug pushing sister!!!
……and for not mentioning the tracksuit (Irish Olympic team 2000) fiasco!!
Well said Anna,I agree with everything you said.
Pretty nice post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed browsing your blog posts. In any case I¡¯ll be subscribing to your feed and I hope you write again soon!
I can totally relate….big fussy do’s are a no no. ….Big hugs are going your way…..and I know you will put on a great show for your honey bunny. Enjoy your walk, lunch and dinner and in another 12 hours the fuss will all be over!! Love you,
Heya, just wanted to thank you for the great post, I’m looking forward to your next one
I’m with you! I don’t mind getting older, I just want people to leave me in peace on my birthday. I’ll get MYSELF a gift if I’m inclined to, because I know it’s one I’ll like. No flowers for me, either-if you must get me flowers, let it be something in a pot that I can put in the garden, and not have to watch then wither and die in a vase of cloudy water that nobody remembers to change. Depressing.
hi-ya, I read all your blogs, keep them coming.
A lot of comments in so little time, I have to agree, its a great post. the site is great
A good post indeed! That’s the sunny side of your writing, you write in a lucid manner and I have no difficulty to understand what you have said, even though I am a novice. Keep the good work going by continue blogging new and entertaining posts. I have already subscribed to the RSS feed of your weblog and look forward to reading more of your blog posts in the future.
I love keeping up with these articles. It truly makes my morning.
Stunning! 2 thumbs up. I will love to retire and just read post like this.
loving post, good work.
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Enjoyed your post.
Of course the Burka should be banned. If our Women go to an Islamic country they have to abide by that countries dress code.If they do not like our custom of openness they should relocate to a country that suits them and not impose their views upon us.
Super site, and nice text.
Hear you loud and clear and understand you from the depth of my heart loud and clear.
I do a runner on my Birthdays, camped for two nights on the Blasket islands to avoid the ( as you have mentioned Birhtday “Celebrations”) and that was no easy task what with two kids and a business and living in Germany…. Great lengths have been taken to avoid Said Day!!!
I hear you so I do….
So What if I’m Broken.
A friend of mine came to visit, for a week, we had a great time doing nothing much, she read and read and told me how great the book was she was reading!!!
She left the book after her, but I said I wouldn’t read it as my reading list is more spiritual heavy finding the answers to everything reading.
She left the book, the book and I kept noticing each other regardless of where it was made stay.
The book was opened, with no intention of it being read just a fiddling motion had taken place.
The first page was read and the book told me it’s story, it made me cry and lauch- I let the story seep and I could relate to every person in the book and when it was finished I regretted saying good bye to the people I had shared their story with and now I am a buying all your books!!!!!!!!
Thank you and keep writing for goodness sake keep writing.
Ahoi there, I just felt the urge to say how great I think this blog is!
This sounds like you have been writing about me i had done the ivf process 3 times twice in the rotunda and then once in the sims none were sucessfull and i cannot do ivf again as the last attempt made me quite ill that was 4 years ago now i foster children i know they are never my own but im hoping on a long term that i can adopt in the future that was my light at the end of the infertility tunnel. but we will never have our kids and we knew that since i was 28 when i said enough is enough on ivf. life is good now you do need to realise that you have to be happy with what you got.
LOVE LOVE LOVE the blogs …. You are incredibly talented …. It’s refreshing how you can make me laugh on even the more serious topics.
Keep up the fantastic work.
Anna, I am slowly becoming obsessed with you ever since I picked up ‘So what if I am broken’………….this is my first time visiting the site, I had it in my head that you were a comedian and after reading ‘about anna’ I realised that this was indeed true and not a strange dream I had one night………..I simply love the way you incorporated Jack L into the story of ’so what I am broken’ I think that is genius………
I read your blog on IVF and my eyes were welling by the end of it…..
As for the self-loathing…I feel ya…..besides writers need to be slightly tormented ( that what they say anyway)
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