Safe Home Ireland // Home Thoughts From Abroad

Irish countryside as seen from a moving bus with sunshine breaking through a cloudy sky and rain with a tree in the middle of the picture

Safe Home Ireland – Home Thoughts From Abroad

I don’t often get the chance to chat about myself really (which is why I should probably blog more).So, when the nice folk at Safe Home Ireland, asked if I would like to take part in their ‘Home Thoughts from Abroad‘ series.

From their website: ‘Safe Home Ireland is an emigrant support service. We provide advice, information and housing assistance to people who are thinking of returning or moving to Ireland.’ You can read more here.

When I’m interviewing people for my radio show, I often do draw from my own experiences when asking questions but an interview isn’t about the interviewer, it’s about the person being interviewed. Which is why, I guess, when I do write anything about myself I often wonder if it’s the correct thing to write or if I should stay shtum about a subject.

Realistically, I’m too old for that crap anymore. If you like me, you like me. If you don’t, well that’s none of my business. There are more important things to worry about in the world.

Ireland From Afar

So, that meant that I really enjoyed sitting down and answering all the questions posed by Safe Home Ireland. It also made me think a lot about Ireland, possible returns to Ireland in the future and if, indeed, I ever would permanently live there again. I don’t have a crystal ball. No one can predict the future but it definitely got me thinking about my relationship with Ireland.

But all those thoughts are for another day. Right now, I’d recommend you grab a cuppa and head over to Safe Home Ireland for a nice read. Thanks to the the gang at Safe Home Ireland for letting me share my musings.