Truthful Tuesday 20th September

Di is our host for the Truthful Tuesday prompt, while Melanie is recovering.

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Truthful Tuesday 20th September | pensitivity101 (

Di says…

My question today is about tradition.

The world watched our Queen’s funeral yesterday and throughout the country’s state of mourning, there have been some protests and comments against the


I am not asking my overseas readers how you feel about the British Monarchy, but how you feel about your own country’s traditions and customs.

Do you think they still hold a place in modern times?

Well, honestly? Not really.

Most of Ireland hates our current government. Why?

Because all the politicians do is lie!

You vote them in, or rather we all do, they promise the sun, moon and stars, and then, once they’re in they do nothing to change things.

Its all a set up!

I for one don’t vote! I refuse to play their games!

Author: Carol anne

I am 40 years young. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

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