Her children could sometimes see the strain through the smile when she came home from work. She always had time to help with homework and when the weather was nice in the summer, she would take the kids to the beach. The beaches were beautiful. These were some of the best days the kids remembered. […]Read More Hi Mom, how are you today?
The dust caused a hazy mist The smell of iron, a sunlight desert kissed A dullness sent his mind amiss As her father shouted with a clenched fist Tears ran down her face Her dark cheeks wet, like streams of lace A result of a war, a power chase He realized hell existed in […]Read More War
It`s a brisk and cold evening. The sun is setting and I have just completed a lap around the castle park. As usual, walking with my best friend in the evenings. Now that the winter is upon us, the sun is setting quickly and I have noticed the drop in temperature. As we leave the […]Read More A Different Perception
She is content With being the selfie with a latte picture Smiles to see her followers as she twitters Without a thought, accepts another friend Notifications are her Gods send She is content To chat over the different apps With so called friend’s replaced by finger taps Stickers, emoji’s, a smiley face Vibration alerts […]Read More Unsociable Youth of Today – A Finger Tap Away
Its winter now, and it’s cold and dark in the town of Kilkenny, (South Ireland) in the early mornings. After I have sat on my bedside for at least 2 minutes, trying to gather the energy to get up, I eventfully drag myself from the bed, downstairs to grab a coffee before the shower. I […]Read More You Are Not Fat! You Have Fat
I want to share some interview advice that may actually help you. While carrying out interviews for a GMP pharma site and through my career being the hopeful candidate on the other side of the table, I have learned a thing or two along the way… Research – sounds obvious but do not research wastefully! […]Read More Interviews – The Right Advice
My sight is pretty bad.. I`m -6.25 on both eyes.. without my contact lenses or glasses I couldn’t even cross the street, being unable to tell if a car is parked or moving until it was too late! If I lived back in hunter gather times, I would more than likely be the pray and […]Read More A devolving evolution of robots?