Over the last few days you may have noticed that my blog has fallen silent. Well, now it’s back again and I hope to show you a few images from my latest trip to County Donegal, a fair old drive from County Cork.
It was not my intention to just leave the blog dangling without a word of explanation, but I got a last minute call to do a quick photo shoot to promote Cork Association for Autism’s Flag Days (1st May in Cork City and 8th May in Cork County).
As a result, time got swallowed up and not a single post was scheduled for the time that I would be away. On returning from Donegal I got a couple of reminders of the shoot.
The first was when I switched on the television to tune in to the Atletico Madrid – Chelsea match in the European Champions’ League. Coming through the speakers were the words of Trevor Welch, the TV3 commentator and patron of the Cork Association for Autism, who I had met just a few days before in Bishop Lucey Park in the centre of Cork City.
The second was an email from Marion Courtney, Fund-raising Manager at Cork Association for Autism, who was delighted to see a large image in the Evening Echo newspaper. Here it is:
So if you are in Cork City on 1st May 2014 or in Cork County on 8th May, why not volunteer your services to help in the fund-raising efforts for Cork Association for Autism. If you are not able to give a bit of time, try not to pass by those buckets without making a small donation, it is for a good cause.
So good luck to Marion and the team at CAA for a super fund-raising day on the 1st and 8th May.
Meanwhile, I hope to catch up with you all and that a normal(ish) service can be resumed. Hope you all had a good and happy Easter. MM 🍀🐣🍀🐣