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Six on Saturday
Pádraig

Six-on-Saturday – I’m Dreaming Of…

I wish you a Merry Christmas and all the very best for the year ahead. May your spuds sprout early and your snails drown in beer.

Six on Saturday
Pádraig

Six-on-Saturday – Birthday In A Bubble

Wintergreen is dioecious, meaning that the male reproductive organs are on one plant, and female on another. I get that, yet it is not normally the way of doing things in the plant world. It has too many vowels for my liking.

Cheering Up My Monday – Celebrations

30th November 2020. I am going off on a sporting tangent today, because my county Waterford, otherwise known as the Déise (ancient tribe of warriors

Weathershots

Tuesday, 24th November 2020. Just a few Weathershots to brighten up a crappy November day. In reverse order, brightening as I scroll back to September.

Six on Saturday – Remembering

We had a wonderful summer together, the bachelor and I. At a socially acceptable distance, of course! Apparently, some like the unusual scent.

Blackbird

18th November 2020. Mid-afternoon blackbird,Sing, yet listen,Feeding more than one. I have been very influenced by Catherine Arcolio who writes beautifully at Leaf and Twig. Please

Almost A Good Week

Thursday, 12th November 2020. It has been a dry week, with the exception of one torrential downpour that passed our way on Tuesday night. The

A Certain November Tuesday

Tuesday, 3rd November 2020, US Election Day. Padraig. GrowWriteRepeat | Social Links |

Six on Saturday – Halloween

The Manic Fairy was all riled up yesterday and he said he was going to cause trouble.
What riled him?
You bought that Fairy Door in New Ross last week, and you just moved it to Abbeyside without asking.
What?
You can’t be just moving fairy doors wherever you want.

Six on Saturday – The Living Dead

ALERT: This article is an edited version of today’s earlier one (Halloween), with added thoughts, some of which you may find distressing.