Today marks the 200th anniversary of a terrible maritime tragedy in Tramore.
I was deeply impressed by the way in which my youngest follower, Julie Clancy, who is aged 12, wrote about this on her blog.
She is clearly a young woman with a great future in writing and I hope that you will take the time to read her story about that fateful event which has left its mark on the history of Tramore.
11 thoughts on “The Seahorse Tragedy and My Youngest Follower”
Thanks for the pointer Jean she now has three followers!! 🙂
That’s great, Willow. When she’s the new J.K. Rowling, don’t forget this night. xx
No I won’t and now she has three followers and counting!
… and counting, I’m certain. Thanks again.
I enjoyed reading about the Seahorse Tragedy. Thanks for sharing the link.
The pleasure is all mine, Sheryl.
Thanks Jean, I really enjoyed her story. Such talent! I’m following her too. 🙂
Hi Patsy, I’m delighted (but not surprised) that you enjoyed it. Nice to be a bridge between the pair of you xx
I have read the story and was very impressed! I see a great future author 🙂 Death in the ocean is so tragic. It breaks my heart to think of what those people went through. Quiet moment of prayer for them.
Yes, the Seahorse Tragedy and any deaths at sea have a terrible poignancy associated with them.