Good morning little schoolgirl

So like all these young folk I trotted off to start a new year in a big school.

No one stole my lunch money. The older boys didn’t flush my head down the loo.

I did manage to completely lose my staff ID seconds after being handed it only to find it in the office where I was first given it.

I get to hang out in a really cool old building in the centre of Dublin and learn lots and hopefully impart some knowledge and skills to some younger folk.

They liked me so much they even gave me one of these.

Do you think it’ll let me into the Old Library to borrow the Book of Kells for a few nights?

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2 Responses to “Good morning little schoolgirl”


  1. 1 Anonymous September 5, 2010 at 4:28 pm

    Have just caught up with a number of blogs. Regarding the memory of pain and losing control, it still brings a pain to the chest and the fear of a return to that state of affairs. Is somewhat of a shock to remember.

    In terms of functunality and beauty, I know what you mean, but gas chambers were functional, Volvos are not sunsets and you really are a nerd. God bless,
    Sparks

  2. 2 Nelly And I September 11, 2010 at 2:40 pm

    gas chambers didn’t do something good. They were good at doing evil. The volvo is good at doing good. That’s the way i see it anyhow

    sometimes the memories of all the horrible things that have ever happened to me or my tiny appreciation of much worse that happens to others kind of overwhelms me and blows the idea the Jesus is Lord to pieces.


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