letters

Settled I was, in the dim of a Café in the gut of Dublin City. I was navigating myself through the torrent of Facebook status
Dear Lizzie, You are 18 right now and probably sitting in your trackies stressing about uni work and when you are next going to get to see your long distance boyfriend. As much as you feel like you don't, you really do have a lot going for you.
Stop everything, because this employee's resignation letter is going to make your day. In what is probably the most honest
A father has revealed the shocking RSVP his daughter received to her birthday invite, where a young classmate explained she
At first glance, Samantha Cleasby looks like your average 33-year-old. But in 2003 she was diagnosed with inflammatory bowel
I was once torn apart by nightmares that would haunt me night after night. Waking up from those was like losing you all over again. But, in the past year I have started to dream about you - beautiful you. Now there are times when I wake up and I feel like you have been right there beside me.
This letter acts as a valid warning to tooth fairies out there - be vigilant, don't miss tooth collection opportunities and
They say you should never meet your heroes. Well, a couple of weeks ago I did. In fact, I got to interview mine: Professor
The first thing we do when we wake up is to check our emails. The last we do before going to bed is to check our emails. In the middle of the night we check our emails. Yes, sleep checking is the 21st century's sleep walking. Funny how you don't remember responding to that particular call to action. Sorry, but it's too late now. T
I'm 59, the eldest of four siblings, but have no partner and no children. A sense of inadequacy grows: what can I leave my nephews and nieces, and their children? I don't mean memories; I mean, what that is tangible and lasting, that I can equitably share among them? It's like feeling a phantom limb, a shadowy disconnect with future generations that I so ache to put right.