A lot of things are going on in Ireland these days, and it’s a very complicated time for Irish people.
There’s a lot of uncertainty, there’s a bit of uncertainty about the future.
It’s still in a very early stage of the monsoon, and there’s uncertainty about what the end of the Irish season is going to be.
Some of it is just the fact that there’s not much to do.
We’ve got a lot to do before we can have any sort of a normal life.
But I don’t know if I’ve been here a year longer than I should have.
I don of course want to say that I’m happy, but I have a lot more to do than I did before I moved here.
And I think that’s because the Irish people are not so happy.
The monsoon is coming up, and people are getting a bit stressed.
We’re still getting into it.
People are worried about their jobs, and so are people who are struggling with the weather.
There are a lot things going on that are quite confusing, and some people are very confused about what’s going to happen next.
I’ve lived in this country for over 50 years, and I’ve always been able to deal with that.
I haven’t experienced anything like this before.
It really is quite complicated.
The whole situation is not really clear.
It can be very confusing and difficult.
But at the same time, people are coming together and getting on with their lives, so I think people are in good spirits, they’re feeling hopeful.