Welcome back to my Links I Love series whereby I basically list out and link some of the cool, weird and nice things I’ve stumbled over on the internet of late. It’s not the longest list this time although there are a few gems. I put this down to me actually reading alot more books lately now that I am a proud Kindle owner. Seriously, where was Kindle all my life?! I swear my life would have been different had I actually had a Kindle and actually read books in school.. oh well, Ce La Vie.. View Full Post
That time of year again, my favourite time of year! When you look past the endless grey days in Ireland, where the rain is so bad the air is constantly heavy & drenched and stacking layers upon layers of clothing is the norm; there are in fact these little glimpses of the most beautiful changing of the season’s anyone’s ever seen.
Today marks the fifth anniversary of the passing away of Savita Halappanavar.
Galway Pro-Choice like many other groups all over Ireland held vigils for her today to honour her memory. In attendance were some of Savita’s family and friends, the local public and members of various organisations fighting for the choice of every woman in Ireland.
I wanted to photograph the vigil as a mark of remembrance and so people who couldn’t make it could feel like they were there too.
Saturday 30th September saw thousands of people descend on the streets of Dublin to #MarchForChoice. We marched to repeal the 8th amendment. We marched for full body autonomy. We marched for equality and for choice. Most of all we marched for those who couldn’t.
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While in Thailand, I have had my fair share of amazing messages. Thai massage is a very famous, ancient healing system combining Acupressure, Indian Ayurvedic principles, and assisted yoga postures.