5 times World Champion…a record unlikely to be beaten
Birthday Celebrations in Craftshop na Méar
The crafters and friends had a great party on November 22. The shop was packed and everybody was having a good time.
Sean Lyons, chairman of Listowel Writers’ Week, came to give the venture his blessing. He is pictured with Bernie Carmody.
The very talented Amy O’Sullivan played the accordion and flute.
A section of the audience listening to Liz Dunne read a Christmas poem.
Clodagh Murphy learned 6 new tunes especially for her performance. She was just one of the many people showcasing their talents in the lovely space that is Craftshop na Méar.
Anne and Carmel met up for the first time in a while.
Abraham posed for me with his friends, Mary and Patricia.
Namir and one of the very talented crafters, Eibhlín Gleeson of Tigh Polly.
The crafters cooked the goodies and Namir made the mulled wine and provided the birthday cake. It all went down a treat with shoppers and visitors.
All in all, a great day. Happy birthday, Craftshop na Méar. Here’s to many more birthdays!
My Silver River Feale, November 2014
The Christmas lights in Main Street
The intricate lacework of the humble spider, a naturally super crafter
My garden on a November morning in 2014
Last photo of Laurel and Hardy; 1956. Photo from Historical pictures on Twitter
Rory in Oz
(Photo: Rory McIlroy on Twitter)
Rory looks happy to be back in Australia to defend his Australian Open Championship
Yesterday’s Photo Captioned
The occasion I think was a presentation to Archdeacon Wallace by Michael O Neill, who was representing the Urban Council, also Mons.Sheahan P.P. Listowel, Mrs Wallace, Patsy O Sullivan and Bryan McMahon. Thanks, Vincent.