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Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: Thank you :)
Dated:Thu Sep 10 17:21:24 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:2:
The bridge were very dirty. One player called me awful me names when we last played. I was susposed to be upset but it was really funny. Anyway they were awful mad this time. One gave out to every one on our team. She hit me in the stomach...(ow) and in a throw in hit me on the knee and told me to move back and told the Ref to shut up. I know it seems very trival and that but....Anyway we lost 2-1.
the second game we won 1-0 and the last game I was captain and......we lost by 2 points.
If we had won it we would have won all of it..and I was going to get the cup...but anyway well done Kristine!
Dated:Thu Sep 10 16:36:32 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Kristine: Well done!!!
I think my sister got.... a 3 A's 6 or 7 B's and a C
She goes to the Gaelcolaiste though, If you play sport you might see her. She plays for Clooney too.
Cora: You know that final? In the first game it was awful hard. Once again two parts...
Dated:Thu Sep 10 16:36:06 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Well done! Though I'm not surprised!
Dated:Thu Sep 10 08:33:55 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: I'm absolutely delighted with my results, I got two As in history and english, eight Bs and a C, so I'm so happy (:
Thanks Aoibheann! (: I go to the Mercy in Tuam.
Dated:Thu Sep 10 01:39:05 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Kristine: I bet you've done fine! You seem very intelligent and i'm sure very smart at school. Good Luck Anyways.
Dated:Wed Sep 9 16:20:17 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: You're telling me! I'm terrified about tomorrow, but I can't change anything now, so...
Dated:Tue Sep 8 22:28:19 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Kristine: My sister's Junior Cert results come out tomorrow too. She's going straight into Fifth year aswell. What school are you in?
Cora: I've been writing to you for over a year now! Next year I won't be at Gaelscoil....
Dated:Tue Sep 8 20:56:49 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: There's no limit. There's just box with lines and you can carry on with a page if you want. I recently wrote an email to the GAA
but i don't expect a reply.
Dated:Tue Sep 8 16:38:24 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: Isn't that late! In England both results came out in August.
You'll find the details on the Penguin website - it would be interesting to do. I've often wondered what I would be like at turning novels into plays. I like writing dialogue.
Katie: You're welcome. Keep writing.
Aoibheann: How many words do they want for their chocolate bar description?
Dated:Tue Sep 8 09:26:00 2009  

Name: katie
Message:thank you.. x
Dated:Mon Sep 7 23:22:27 2009  

Name: Kristine
Message:Cora: The results aren't out until Wednesday...I'm so nervous lol! No, I'm not doing transition year, I've gone straight into fifth year. That sounds like an interesting project, though. I think I'll give it a go!
Dated:Mon Sep 7 19:49:34 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: Thanks. There's a compeition in Clare Library's to invent a choclate bar and win, for Roald Dahl Day. You can pick up a form in your local library. I got one. But the entry ends in 4 days.
Dated:Mon Sep 7 18:05:56 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Kristine: I hope that your Junior Certificate results were to your liking.
I got this today and wondered whether you would like to have a go. It would be an interesting project - are you doing 'transition' this year.

Penguin Books and The National Theatre Discover Programme have launched The Big Break young scriptwriting competition. Writers aged between 13 and 18 years are invited to read a given novel, take the story, themes and characters to create a treatment and the first scene of a script
Dated:Mon Sep 7 14:57:35 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Aoibheann: I understand what you feel - I always hate showing stories until they're finished and even then I always feel a bit tense about it.

Katie: Your story has been on the Story Board for some time.
Dated:Mon Sep 7 09:51:36 2009  

Name: katie rowley
Message:hi cora i wrote a story the magical life of a boy named junior... will you please write to me and let me know when you have read it... x
Dated:Mon Sep 7 00:46:50 2009  

Name: katie..
Message:hi cora ...
i havent wrote to you in a long time...!!!
have you wrote any new books lately ????
write back as soon as you can... xx
Dated:Mon Aug 31 12:38:45 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: No wetsuit!Result:Borrowed Wetsuite:
FREEZING COLD!!!!
Sorry, but I would rather not show it too my friends.....i would rather keep it too myself if you don't mind???
Dated:Fri Aug 28 21:04:44 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Rachel: It's lovely to hear from you and very heart-warming to have your praise of the Drumshee books. Unfortunately, they are all out-of-print now, but I still think that it was a good idea ot write a series where the characters were different, but the link of place was what connected the books.
I still live at 'Drumshee' - I've just been up to the fort - very windy, this evening - and looked across the hills and later on will probably go down to the river Fergus - and remember the young wolf who was called after the river.
Thank you for taking the trouble to write.
Dated:Fri Aug 28 19:21:38 2009  

Name: Rachel
Message:I love Drumshee - like I know it to be my own home and I miss the old books. The first books - the first twelve were the best, my favourite. I'm nearly eighteen and in between Wuthering Heights and nostalgia I picked up Nuala and her Secret Wolf and then went on to read five others for the umptenth time... I never realized until just now you had adult books as well ^-^ so I'll just say I love your stories - you're a true Irish storyteller!
And I'd love if you brought out something to do with fairyforts and fairyfolk and all that magical nonesense that I think the Irish are forgetting!
Thanks x
Dated:Fri Aug 28 15:52:27 2009  

Name: Cora Harrison
Message:Annajane: That sounds a fantastic job - really fun. Do give my best wishes to your mum and dad. Tell your mum that I am now on my seventh German shepherd - a mad dog called Oscar - and tell your dad that Metro cars didn't work well on Irish lanes full of potholes so I'm now on my fifth Nissan Primera Estate.

Aoibheann: Have a wonderful holiday at Lahinch. I hope you have a wet suit. The weather is freezing there!
Dated:Fri Aug 28 10:19:19 2009  

Name: Annajane Thorpe
Message:Hi Cora

I am now the Events Manager at a large insurance company and it's fabulous! Yes, I remember mum dragging Runcie into school so we could all map his growth! He is obviously dead now and my parents now have cats.
Dated:Thu Aug 27 13:55:44 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Cora: Once again going to stay with my friend and her family in Lahinch. Won't be back until Friday and Clooney have a game and Horse Riding Saturday morning and training so you probably won't hear from me for a while!
Dated:Wed Aug 26 15:23:11 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Just sent it the 5th chapter! Its 3 pages long as i couldn't stop and was sorry when i had too end the chapter. Normally chapters are much longer so sorry.
Dated:Tue Aug 25 22:09:26 2009  

Name: Aoibheann
Message:Take 2:
I got an Adult card for the library, i can now take out 8 books but i took 6 returned them and now have 7 as i cant find a book i got a while ago...have to go...lucky is barking his head off so i think ill take him up the field for a while.

p.s.: very keen on sport: yes
but i have a soft spot for hurling,handball and horse riding!
Dated:Tue Aug 25 14:53:02 2009  

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