Irish Saying

Beagan agus a ra go maith.

(Say little but say it well.)

On the Copper Coast, Co. Waterford, Ireland.

Author: socialbridge

I am a sociologist and writer from Ireland. I have worked as a social researcher for 30 years and have had a lifelong passion for writing. My main research interests relate to health care and sense of place.

15 thoughts on “Irish Saying”

  1. My brain is not working I meant to say that’s true as well.πŸ’œπŸ’œ. How are you all , we are dizzy with all Boris’s change abouts he got us doing a merry dance (Hokey Cokey ) springs to mind apart from the social distancing! πŸ’œ

    1. I don’t think many people are without an element of dizziness from the changes that are unfolding by the second.
      We’re doing pretty well but a bit troubled as our Co. Waterford, which had been doing very well Covid-wise, is now in the top 4 counties for cases in the last 14 days. So more restrictions quite likely.
      Also Boris and Brexit a worry to us over here too. That new legislation was unexpected but hopefully all will get sorted somehow.
      Hope you can do a bit of a dance. I think I need Buddy Holly right now blaring around the house!

  2. “Bite Your Tongue”…or “Forever hold your Piece/Peace ” from marriage vows a little confused on the word piece because sometimes it would be better to hold it just to have peace….ha..Or a “Stitch in time saves nine”….

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