Tropical conditions here in Tramore today, wet and warm. All we are missing are the palm trees and colourful birds. The seagulls are not as noticeable. The blur of cars and the chatter of school children are more prevalent sounds as we get back to normality. We have an exciting weekend ahead with the All-Ireland
Good morning all, and dare I say it, but the day is looking positive. Not exactly fry an egg on a stone but there’s some heat in it! It’s fantastic to see a bit of positivity about the place. The vaccines are getting out there and people are very excited to get them. My sister,
Hello from Sunny Tramore. It’s only delightful to see the sun shining through the window when I extract myself from the bed. The small slivers of bright sunshine make that difficult task a bit easier. After a bowl of Flahavan’s finest, it’s on to the laptop for my Friday morning routine of writing this blog.
It’s a nice calm day in Tramore. Although there is a lonely wave or two creeping over the prom wall. Waiting to engulf an unsuspecting passerby. The Metalman is visible and surveying the bay for early morning swimmers. All that is missing is a whistle and a warning light to assume the role of an
We are almost there where we can say goodbye to one of the worst months ever. Adios January we won’t miss you. Apart from the extension to level 5 until March let’s hope that February will be a better month. We need to get the small ones back to school and if we can continue
We are dragging ourselves through January which was best described by a friend as a very bland month. We will persevere and hope is on the horizon. Great to see numbers dropping in a small way. It’s fantastic to see healthcare workers and people in nursing homes getting vaccinated. It would be a major plus
Hard luck to Waterford last weekend. What can you say? They came up against a team that was on fire on the day. Limerick were like a human wrecking ball that smashed everything before them. Their whole team was excellent and had 3 or 4 wonder performances on top of that. Huge credit to Waterford
It’s a battle for the ages. Like Ali v Frazier, or Federer v Nadal. Just less sweaty. The modern accountant versus the traditional accountant. Who wins? Here we make a case for the former. Ding, ding. Round one. The traditional accountant is someone very much set in their ways. They’re not quite blowing the dust