Nearly 2018 out, and still no kidney transplant. Heres hoping 2019 will be full of mystical miracles for me and my dear renal family. The last two years has been a real eye-opener for me. I have traveled far on a different path of creativity. The spiritual pathway is still helping me along, I love having, my foot in the door to Creative enlightenment As an avid reader of novels I aspired to be a published writer one day. I wanted to keep the story real. What better way that writing from my own experience. The tale is real. At present, I am ready to start my next book, However, the idea is great in theory, Yet I am finding it hard to choose what story to write. I am told to write about the dog Others wanted children’s stories. I listen to each comment and am left clueless, instead of following my gut and putting my heart and soul into a believable story that will sell and be in the bookshops This is my goal for 2019. I feel it might be better to do a spiritual book. As I believe there is a lot more to life than we understand, maybe humans don’t want to muddle our minds in finding out things that might seem far-fetched to other people. Every day we wake up without fail. I believe everything in our universe comes with a time span. Like the 4 seasons in a year Spring turns to Summer and then Autumn turns into Winter. A blossom is planted in the Autumn, Starts to bud in Spring. blooms in all its glory Summer. Then returns to seed in August. Come winter time the high winds come and the precious seeds are blown north south east and west. Starting another cycle of life. Just like human nature. Animals and mankind. The seed is inserted to the female by the male, 9 months later a baby is born. Years come and go. The older we get the quicker life feels to slip past us. We learn them lessons that we came to Earth to learn. Then God calls us gently by name, our magnificent heart stops beating. Light and energy leave the body. and breathing stops. Before that happens, please remember the organs that God gave everyone will not be needed in heaven. Please sign that card and leave your Gift of Life for another mortal to live a much better existence, here on Mother Earth. What better legacy could you leave to benefit another person. Make that resolution and carry a Donor card. Happy New Year to all you beautiful people. May 2019 bring us peace joy happiness and other special intentions. x
Hello, My followers and friends. Today was my Sid day off. A special Very Best Friend brought me off to the local pigeon Loft restaurant for a bite of brunch. we had a great laugh and a catch-up. This was our present to each other to spend quality time with one another. Time is precious and a valuable gift to share with our friends. Before I left The Greenway Pigeon loft in Kilmacthomas I asked the supervisor would they sell my book for me on the bookshelf where other local authors had their books. The answer was yes I was delighted my friend brought me to the delightful place for our Friday morning brunch. My weight may be up a bit in the morning when I get weighed for my Sid session. I had a few extra cups over my allowance. Still, the Tea was lovely and hot and oh so lovely. I could not resist a second cup. Awe sure its almost Christmas. Today was the Winter Solstice in New Grangehttps://www.newgrange.com/ This morning at the crack of dawn there were visitors gathered from everywhere to enter the chamber There was a lottery of names, only so many received an entry permit. They did not see the Sunrise as the sky above was oh so dark with rain clouds. Why not have a read about this underground stone tomb for yourself at the Web address. I hope to go there one day Also Glastonbury in England Another neolithic place for Newage revelers, all the years I gave in England I was never into a way out spiritual ideas Since I came home to Ireland my mind has opened I am glad to say. The Shortest day. From now on the nights will get brighter a few minutes every evening. It is also a New moon tonight. Anyway, my dear ones Namaste to us all. https://www.newgrange.com/
20th December 2018. Hello, friends and followers. Yesterday my desire to be on the RTE1 FM radio TheJoe Duffy show Liveline, came through for me. My heart and tummy were doing the can-can dance before I answered the call to speak to Joe. I really enjoyed chatting with the Ballyfermot Radio presenter. I thought that I may be slightly nervous, but I was great once Joe started chatting with me. The producer phoned me about 8 minutes beforehand he asked me to listen in to see what the other authors were saying about their own books. I had a long chat with Fergus Sweeney and he filled me in on the run of things. The time seeded to whiz by and it was no length we were saying our goodbyes. That interview uplifted my heart and soul and I enjoyed every moment of my few minutes of fame. I had informed my immediate family a few close pals got a buzz from me in person to make sure they listened in on the radio. Of course, I informed my social media sites. joe asked a lot about dialysis how I cope what were the stressful things that might happen on dialysis days. The questions were easy to answer.B y being me and answering truthfully it’s easy to talk publicly. Believe in your abilities Speak clearly and be honest. May we all sleep peacefully and may Friday bring great abundances our way. To find out more please buy Liz McCue’s book Thursday’s child.
Hello, readers. Heres hoping we are all reasonably well and keeping our best side out. Some Tuesday morning I feel slightly under parr. well, friends, this was one of those days. One of our Renal members, passed away on Sunday, After celebrating his 55th birthday Saturday with loving family and friends. The dead man’s heart needed a long-term break. How sad we all felt today. Our brave warrior Sean has reached the end of the line. I am sure I speak for all my comrades in the Renal Unit. When I say he was well loved and was a jolly comrade on our dialysis days. Making us laugh and telling yarns to beat the band. God bless you our dearest forever and ever pal This has quietened me down considerably I leave my Prayers with everyone 0n this cold grey day. May Tomorrow bring Joyous and happier memories, my readers. From the feisty renal warrior herself. Liz McCue.
Monday 17th December 2018. Next Monday will be Christmas Eve. All the little children will have to be in their beds early before Santa Clause comes creeping in. Remember children tell your mammies and daddies not to burn to much coal turf or logs on the evening fire. Just in case he needs to use the chimney to get the gifts in for your children. That way Santa or the presents wont get scorched. Holy God that would not do. Just imagine how upset all the children would be, waking up to see their lovely intended presents all charred and burnt. Plus Santa on the way to the local hospital A+E with scorch marks on his body and gaping holes in his Santa suit. How embarrassing that would be for dear Santy. Mrs. Clause would be terribly worried, not a sign of her beloved husband Mr. Clause coming skidding home on his sleigh with Rudolf with his red nose and reindeers helping to pull Santa’s sleigh. Be warned dear Mammies and daddies don’t burn a big fire on Christmas eve, or there will be disappointed children all over Ireland. Heres hoping we all get what we wish for this Christmas season of Goodwill. I personally hope and pray everyone young or old has a happy peaceful and somewhat healthy Christmas and New year. that 2019will be magical. That everyone that makes resolutions stick to them for as long as they can. That God and his angels and saints will guard and guide us through our trials and tribulations. May peace be with us all from now until eternity. Namaste dear hearts <3 PS Santa maybe you could find me a successful Kidney Transplant Amen.