Emer McLysaght: A tense year is on the cards

Whenever you lose your wallet, it’s important to learn from the experience. Which I haven’t

17th January, 2021
Emer McLysaght: A tense year is on the cards
Losing a wallet triggers a solvable, but almost unbearable, chain reaction of worries and inconveniences

I lost my wallet on Christmas Eve. That sentence conjures immediate images of merrily swinging out of shops and into pubs, doesn’t it? It absolutely sings of insisting on getting one last round in before everyone heads home to attack the ham in the fridge. It smacks of being overly excited in the back of a taxi, wrecking the driver’s head about what Santy is bringing to their kids, and leaving the wallet behind as...

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