Monthly Archives: December 2014

The Red Christmas Sled

By O’Ceallaigh        Finally! We’ve settled into Florida living and have somehow acclimated to finding things in all the boxes still packed and distributed in various strategic places about the house. If you’ve ever moved after 50 years of marriage … Continue reading

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The Point Is…

By O’Ceallaigh             From time to time, as with all kids, we used to have to put our children into the bathtub to get cleaned up. We would sternly instruct them to wash thoroughly before getting out. After what seemed … Continue reading

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The Arrival

By O’Ceallaigh It wasn’t easy but we packed the van without a square inch to spare and pulled out of the driveway. We headed west on Cedar Avenue and stopped at the intersection of South Maple Street. Home was behind … Continue reading

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The Tank

By, O’Ceallaigh It was a dark and stormy morning! Don’t ask me – I’ve just always wanted to start a story with that line. But, the fact is, that’s what mornings have been here for most of the summer. Low … Continue reading

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