Ray Darcy Monday 6 July 2015
Ray's Over Night Porridge (Oats) Recipe
1 Heaped Table Spoon of Rasins
1 Cup of Porridge Oats
1/2 Cup of Water
1/2 Tea Spoon of Cinnamon
***Soak Over Night***
1 Small Handful of Blueberries
1 Small Handful of Raspberries
3 Dollops of Natural Yogurt
Top with a Sprinkle of Granola
Stolen Horse Equipment
Last Wednesday evening Fionas son's pony equipment was stolen - they took his hat boots and saddle they even stole their horse box. Her son Eoin is only 13 years old and has been saving up for all equipment. Have you seen anything can you help them get it back ?
Here is the email Fiona sent:
Hi Ray I didn't know if I should write this email and then, after I wrote it, I didn't know if I should send it.
On Wednesday night thieves broke a lock on our field gate, broke a lock in our tack room (fancy name for shed with horse stuff) door and stole all of my son's pony stuff. So what you might say.
Well, here's the thing. All of that stuff had been dreamed of, wished for, saved up for, specked for birthday and Christmas presents.. It took two years to build up enough stuff to be able to ride a pony and have all the protective gear. Two years of odd jobs for the granny, birthday vouchers, all his confirmation money.
They took his boots and hat, his back protector, his bag with lucozade! Even the shampoo and half bottle of fly spray. They took the rugs we washed and aired in the nice weather. The saddle that took two months of looking to find one that fit both pony and rider.. They took the horse box that I cajoled my husband into buying instead of a work trailer.
We're not horse people. We work hard for our few bob of savings, we pay our taxes and carry on as reasonable people as best we can. This is not nice. If it was a box of slates from the building site we live on we'd be annoyed but this is different. It is so personal to Eoin.
The boots that he picked that fit him so well. His hat. All his bits and pieces they didn't leave even a bucket or a rope. The Gardai were called. The insurance companies. Everyone shrugs.
Our neighbour asked if he'd like to go for a hack on the road with her grand daughter yesterday. All I could say was - well only if he's naked and bareback...
The Gardai asked if we could put together a list of things that were stolen. Eoin is 13 and just finished his first year in secondary school. This is what he wrote. They asked how he could remember it all off the top of his head.
It's because he's wished and dreamed and waited and saved for every little thing. Down to his gloves. Could you imagine if someone came to your house and took every toy and book and favourite thing your children had? Even If we could just get the saddle back. It was a brown Seleria 17" wide saddle.
Please wave your magic wand. Please. Someone must know where our stuff is?