Doolin, West Coast of Ireland

I got to go to Doolin on the West Coast of Ireland the other day. It’s such a special place. It was cold and wet, the rain was sheeting down but it was still amazing. I love the West Coast of Ireland more than anywhere in the world. We met some lovely people,had some lovelyContinue reading “Doolin, West Coast of Ireland”

50,000 

Happy Weekend everybody; This next two weeks marks a cool milestone for us here at TPJ. We have broken the 50,000 mark. That means over 50,000 people have seen our work. I know it may seem small in comparison to other sites or YouTube views which rocket over that in a day but… 50,000 peopleContinue reading “50,000 “

Anti-Bullying Video

The pupils of Crecora National School and their teachers have made a great video on Anti-Bullying.     You have a voice…use it kindly. Have a lovely Wednesday, TPJ x

Sunset on the M7

We really do live in a lovely country. No edits needed There is no heavy snow or torrential rain…no blistering sunshine or hailing-stoning pain. It’s just nice and tepid and the rain makes one hundred different types of green shine a little bit differently every time you look at them. God is in the rainContinue reading “Sunset on the M7”

Happy New Year Y’all

Happy New Year everybody… I really have this wonderful feeling that 2017 is going to be great. I’m down in Cork for the next few weeks having the craic in the People’s Republic and seeing the sites. Please be happy this year… or if you’re not, make yourself. Give yourself a purpose… I’ll be hereContinue reading “Happy New Year Y’all”

The Old Firestation Progress Photos

What up everyone… Here are some progress photos of the Old Firestation which I think is opening in Limerick fairly soon. Here’s us three weeks ago… Here’s us yesterday with a nice chap named Peter… The place is getting close to opening I think Looks slick, doesn’t it? Wait until you see it in aContinue reading “The Old Firestation Progress Photos”

Lady in Shop

This lady in Biarritz, France told me she just worked and worked and worked. And she loved getting up in the morning  and going to work. She worked in this little shop, under a bridge that couldn’t have been more than 6m x 6m and she had it bursting with colour. She didn’t care aboutContinue reading “Lady in Shop”