Month: September, 2019

Hard to Put Down The Time

22 September Sunday I walked into St. John’s, the Protestant Cathedral in Cashel, because the door was open. I had never been inside before. The door is usually locked when I am in the area. They were about to begin a special Harvest service. I did not stay for the service but I admired the […]

Destroyer Foam

10 September Tuesday We are winning the Wasp Wars. There seem to be fewer insects going in and out of the slate opening in the roof. We will continue  the attack until they are gone. 8 September Sunday The guitar group from the Men’s Shed was playing at the market yesterday. 6 or 8 older […]