Monthly Archives: July 2018

Blueberries at Glen Echo Lake

My Mum and I shared a love for blueberries, and my earliest memories are picking them along the road in front of our cottage for breakfast at Glen Echo Lake. I’d have a big bowl of berries with fresh cream … Continue reading

Posted in nature, Poems, poetry

Fighting 29th Post D-Day

This  post answers questions wanting to know a bit more about Father O’Grady. Some folks have asked about the priest in my D-Day post.  He was Father O’Grady, and he was with the fighting 29th. When I looked up information, … Continue reading

Posted in D-Day, WW2

Hopping on the Circle of Life

I was gone from home a few days, and when I returned I found abundant amounts of baby rabbit poop–very tiny pellets that suggest the very young cottontail rabbits are venturing close to the house, and I’m curious what draws them … Continue reading

Posted in environment, nature, Poems

Thanks to Brian Bingham of Automatic Pilot

Four of my poems just published today in Automatic Pilot, an Irish journal.  It is available both in print and in digital format  

Posted in Announcements, Ireland, Poems