Add nights “Out Out” - not just out- that’s a totally different thing of course. A boyfriend
that Aisling is desperate to marry as she is getting left behind by all of her friends but
despite hints he is in no rush- to be sure. This is a smile or a laugh on every page.
If you have ever mixed/been related to/are/know the Irish, you will know what a
friendly nation they are. Like the rest of us there are those who speak their mind,
with or without alcohol, and those that would help anyone out. A little translation
in case you might need it. “Press” is a cupboard. The Hot press is the airing cupboard.
Aisling’s ups and down, holidays and work, friends and relationships- the works.
The Irish love of life personified. Love Aisling, love life! One I will be smiling at for
a while. Live. love, life.