Posted: 20/03/2013 at 13:47
Hi every one ,My Father was one 9 children brought up in sight of Christ Church in Dublin in the 1920's they shared a Georgian town house with 10 other families the toilet was out the back , In 1930 they moved to the outskirts of the city 3 miles and the house had two bedrooms electric light and indoor pluming ,when I came along my Father had returned from working in England and Married my mother she lived in a similar house across the road ,when I was 16 we moved to the north side of the City his argument was that it was nearer to his work place he worked for Goulding they made Fertilizers for export,any way years later when I got Married I had five children we lived in a house with 3 bathrooms , the point of my story is that as my children grew up I would tell them that there is two rules in life .
1/ always taste your soup before you add salt .
2/ Before you close the door of the bathroom make ther's toilet roll .
this morning I got phone call "Da can you bring me some loo paper"
have I failed