http://www.jesusonthetube.co.uk/ for my other website
http://www.agracefuldeath.blogspot.com/for the exhibition A Graceful Death, paintings from the end of life. Read the latest on the Dublin response to the exhibition as it nears its conclusion in the first showing of it in Ireland
In between the last sentence and this, I have been to Mass, come back, shown some folk around the exhibition, had lunch, had more lunch and sat with Dublin Friend on the sofa and made rude jokes about the exhibition. Yesterday, my dear old friend Caroline travelled with her truly excellent (and all agree here, very pretty) mother from one end of Ireland to Dublin to visit the exhibition. I am so impressed with this, and it was wonderful to see her again. I have not seen her for about 5 years now. We met when we were about 12 at our Convent Boarding School and it is funny how one forgets that Caroline remembers Everything...Caroline can entertain a crowd for hours with stories of how dreadful we used to be. Ooops. It was the highlight of the day. (Seeing Caroline, not her stories of our frankly Dreadful pranks). Thank you for coming Caroline.
I will go back now into the Fray, and take more bus loads of Invitees Only around the exhibition, pausing to have a little light hearted moment with the Jesus on the Tubes under the stairs (not in the broom cupboard, I will put up photos of a very neat exhibition space under the stairs later when I get home) and ending with a bit of good humour with the Every Day Angels exhibited in the kitchen. The tea is on, the cakes are being eaten and replenished, talk is being talked, and people are spending time deciding what they think and feel about the A Graceful Death exhibition. I listen with huge interest. So, off again for the moment. The next tour is about to start.