Remember last week I told you that Vincent Carmody of this parish was related to the two White brothers whose writing is well known on both sides of the Atlantic. Now I bring you Richard White's review.
Vincent held his second launch of the book in the National Library on Thursday last.
I got this next from John Fitzgerald who was present on the night:
If you have a minute to spare read this.
Knitwits crosses the generations. On Saturday in Scribes we had
A grandmother and granddaughter; Patricia and Katie
A grandmother and grandson; Mary and Kiernan
A mother and daughter: Mary and Clíona
Studies have proven that knitting is therapeutic. People suffering from dementia, if they have learned to knit when they were younger, when given needles and a ball of wool will settle to knitting. In Denmark some day care centers feature a knitting circle as part of their therapy. So, do your children a favour. Teach them to knit.
Listowel FCA 1955
The Square last Friday. I'm told the digging up was to lay a broadband cable.
An interesting read for any superstitious Catholic.