Well here’s something that you wouldn’t expect on my blog. And it’s something that I thought about briefly and knew immediately that I must do.
My mother just got online before Christmas. This wonderful woman who raised eight kids in tough times learnt all about computers from scratch. Because there never was a computer in our household. I have been away from Ireland for 15 years and have only returned twice. Once due to sad circumstances. Here’s to you Esther. I miss you.
So I wanted to indulge in some personal stuff here dear reader. And I know that you will allow me this one brief post to escape from the volunteer management theme.
Because I would not be where I am today without the support, guidance and love from the best mammy I know.
In Ireland we call our mums “mammy”.
My mammy let me know recently how proud she was of this blog and what I do.
This is my simple way of reaching across the thousands of miles publically and giving my mammy a big hug and saying thank you…for being my mammy
Sentimental and mushy? Shucks yea! For Mammy !
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