There won't be much chance for writing or research while it's the summer holidays, because with the kids both at home all day I don't have much free time to get on with it. Usually with Tom at school full time and Rosie going to nursery in the mornings, I use my free time while the both of them are out of the house for doing my own thing - often that involves writing. But now there are small children to entertain, and while I can occasionally grab a minute or two for a blog post and whatnot, actual deep thoughts require a bit more concentration to get stuck into things.
As it is then, I've managed to finish my next essay, on the Good Folk - Na Daoine Sìth. A couple of the books I've read recently have had some useful stuff in them, so while they're fresh in my memory I've also taken the opprtunity to add a few bits and pieces to the article on Gods of Landscape and Lore. The main additions are for Donn, Finnbheara, Clíodhna, and Úna, with some further minor tweaks here and there. Likewise, I've added Donn's association as the ancestor of the Maguires to the Gods as Ancestors article, too.
Until I have a bit more free time, or get used to my new routine and don't feel so braindead by the time they've gone to bed, that's probably about it for now. Once I do manage to get stuck back into things again, I'm not sure what I'll be concentrating on as yet. Any thoughts or requests are welcome, though!
PS: According to my stats wotsit, recent searches that have led to people stumbling across the blog here include "cow print dressing gown", "gaelic irish lewd wakes" and "the dangers of becoming a werewolf". For some reason, such diversity amuses me...