Do not be misled by me or anyone as reckless with a keyboard. My headline fit. I learned so much on (this) Saturday in 1968, from my dad who was a good barber.
That son referred to in this happy exchange later became my husband. Some family history during WWII included plus photos.
Local residents memories of rationing in Stoneybatter Dublin 7 Ireland during World War Two. Memories of The Emergency during WW2. The Glimmerman, bomb shelters, bombs in the Strand and Phoenix Park in Dublin by German planes.
On January 01, 2019 my son lost the battle with cancer. He was only 48, loved the outdoors, and had his own thoughts about making his life good. He did not live by anyone's standards but his own. He was happy with a fishing pole sitting in his boat and he always prepared his meals from his catch.
Meeting Bobby Sherman was a life changing experience for me. Read for a description of the actual event and how it changed my life!
A sixth-grade girl sent a pen pal letter to a strange soldier. He wrote her back and an unlikely friendship took place. So was its end.
My mom and dad Geertje (Muys) Meijst and Synco Schram de Jong, got married just before WW2, this is their love story.
I was born at the beginning of the New Year in 1973. Suddenly, it seems like a very, very long time ago. Age does have a certain habit of creeping up on you in a way you thought it never would, teasing you with long days of eternal youth before one...
Memories of my grandparents during the Irish War of Independence in Dublin and Balbriggan. First hand account of the atrocities committed by the Black and Tan raids in Ireland in 1921. When was the War of Independence in Ireland?
A memoir covering a time in my life where I didn't think I would ever find the strength to get off the couch and rebuild myself; mentally, emotionally and physically. A testament to focusing on mental health and your potential as an individual.
You've raised your children, nurtured their friends and built a life in your home. Now it's time to sell and move on. As difficult as it is to begin again, the joy of reliving the memories brings forth a sense of peace.
Christmas in Australia in 1967 as Irish immigrants. Migration Memories of living in Australia as a 10 year old child. Why did the irish immigrate to australia? We immigrated to Australia with the £10 assisted passage scheme.