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Blog Post: People have the their own problems to worry about. You don’t need to hear about mine.

That’s a very moody sounding title for a blog post, isn’t it?

I’ll try to be brief. It’s pushing four months since I returned to Ireland after the long jaunt in Korea. There’s probably a lot to say about it but I’ve felt kind of pent up and not comfortable saying to much lately. I’m going to blame my circumstances in private but pretend everything is rosy on the outside. Despite this things are…

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Even trees are amazing

Last drink (at Stags Head Dublin)

Just finished reading…

D-Day: The Battle for Normandy

It has been some time since I read a history book, and especially one as dense as this. It is a vivid, detailed, and unbiased account off the harrowing destructionof life which has been neglected in much armchair discussions of the battle for Europe from 1944 onwards. There is little glory in this account, and rightly so.

Cemetary in the city (at Baggot Street)

Walk into the light (at Baggot Street)

Swanning about (at Royal Canal)

Street memorabilia

#Dublin’s older Georgian quarter (at Henrietta Street)

See You in the morning

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