Dublin SPCA writes:
“Anyone recognise this little dog,? he was knocked down last night on the Malahide Road….If you have any information on the owners please contact Noah Vets in Baldoyle [Co Dublin] on 011 832 2843…”
In a credit union in Kerry this morning.
Via Sarah Licentiate
Peter’s Bloom 2008 offering (top) and his show garden (above) from Bloom 2007. Peter in centre.
We don’t normally do this but….
Landscape gardener Peter Donegan writes:
This may sound a bit odd…. but I’m looking for a helicopter. For a garden. A show garden that is.As it stands I have no sponsor. Not a concern. I’ve been here before. Far more importantly, I’ve no flying machine and so I can’t entirely equation the creative. And so the chicken and the egg story continues. I’ve been here before. It’s all good…Of note: the better the outside and inside of the copter the better. It doesn’t need an engine. That said, beggars and choosers and…. Try me. “
Ciaran Forde writes:
“Left your new fancy shoes on the [Dublin Bus] 145? I handed them in to the driver…”
Aisling and jacket in happier times.
Parted in Aldi.
Aisling Twomey writes:
“I know you don’t normally do this, but I left a black leather jacket in Aldi on Parnell Street [Dublin] on Wednesday evening on the shelf inside the window. I put it aside to pack stuff and forgot to pick it up again. It was a gift and I’m devastated to lose it. It’s short, has quilted sleeves and is a size 10, from The Edit at Dunnes Stores. It was pricey enough and it means a lot to me- I’m offering a reward for its return….”
Aaron Jewel writes:
“The kitten is doing great, but it is not a street cat so it might be someone’s lost kitten. Myself and a few friends found it on Tuesday night beside the [Grand] Canal in Portobello [Dublin, crying out for over an hour and stuck down a wall beside the canal. It was completely alone and lost. She took a while to come near any human contact but now is really happy to have been found. I don’t think she would have lasted long out on the canal on her own. If she is not missed from a home, I am looking to find a good home for her.”
Ciaran le Cool of Le Cool Dublin.
He’s never without a bike.
Or so we thought.
“I don’t have an actual picture of the actual bike but the above is a similar product shot. It was a black, men’s Trek bike and it had two distinctive features; a silver rear rack and a child’s saddle on the crossbar. Taken from outside the Central Hotel, Wicklow Street, Dublin, on Sunday night. This is my daughter using it in happier times. Those thieves have clipped her wings….”