About Me

I’ve decided to update this since the original is about as on-trend as shouting ‘WHAAAAASSSSSUUUUUP’ while wearing Uggs. I’ve kept my original ‘about me’ section below for The Smithsonian, who are someday going to have it framed on a wall next to my wax-work. You’re welcome, world.

I don’t blog under my real name however I think this blog is a place where I can be 100% myself. I am a teacher, and a lover of animals, poetry, literature, humour and astronomy. I love talking about anything, and the more I can learn, the happier I become. I love to meet new people, both virtually and in the real world, although it certainlyΒ seems easier here, right? So why not say hello, have a rummage around or leave a link and I can visit your blog. Here’s some fancy internet tea for you. Enjoy!



My name is Jane except it’s not Jane. Confused? Good, you will be.

Come in, make yourself comfortable. Take off your bra if you like.

Because of my job in the CIA, I must remain anonymous. So technically I could be sitting beside you right now. *Allows you time to suspiciously look at the person beside you with narrowed eyes*

Come, peruse my blog and realise how normal you are compared to me. I look forward to you judging me.

248 thoughts on “About Me

  1. AndrΓ© says:

    Hi Janey, I nominated you for the Very Inspiring Blog Award. I know many are not into the award scene and I don’t know if that’s your case, but I couldn’t resist mentioning your blog in my post πŸ˜€

    • AndrΓ© says:

      Ahhhh, this previous reply wasn’t for you (the first was though).

      The wonders of the award season and me listening to music and singing around while in charge of the copy paste function… result as you can see above – not good πŸ˜€

      • AndrΓ© says:

        Thank you for giving us posts that make people smile. You’d be surprised how many times I’m going to work and thinking about what I read in some of the blogs I follow.

        One of these days I couldn’t stop laughing with potential use cases back at work for the sentence “here is a seal of approval – good job” πŸ˜€

    • janeybgood says:

      Thank you! I had a peek at your blog and it’s great. I’m in the supermarket so not able just yet to have a proper look, talk about multi-tasking!

      Irish men are so easy to please πŸ™‚ Be nice to their mammies and keep him fed and he’ll be grand πŸ™‚

  2. Nimmi says:

    Wow!! What an Intro πŸ˜‰
    Loved your funny side. And Love to come often to have my dose of laughter πŸ™‚
    Thank you, dear for liking my work too πŸ™‚

    • janeybgood says:

      HEY! Omg thanks so much for this πŸ™‚ I’ve been basking in post-engagement bliss and trying to think of multiple ways to get people to look at my left hand haha!

      • The V-Pub says:

        Congrats, Janey! hahaha! Want them to look at the ring? Slap them on the side of the head and they’ll look. πŸ˜€

      • janeybgood says:

        Everything is good, thank you πŸ™‚ and I hope all is good with you too! In Ireland, engagements tend to be quite long. It’ll probably be a few years until we’re married but no harm in starting to plan a few things πŸ˜€

  3. Erika Kind says:

    I love your about! You have a wonderful ability to welcome people and show them that they are great the crazy way they are… lol. I am happy I found you.

    • janeybgood says:

      Oh thank you so much! I lost my wallet today, my car broke down and I had to walk five miles to get home but this really cheered me up, thank you Rob! X

      • The V-Pub says:

        That is one horrible day, Janey! I think that the wallet loss is the worst of the three. What a pain it is to get everything replaced. 😦

      • janeybgood says:

        It could always be worse so I’m choosing to stay optimistic! There was nothing much in it anyway, except my Starbucks card haha. But now I won’t get my free frappe. First world problems eh?

      • The V-Pub says:

        No free frappe? The horror! πŸ˜€ I lost my wallet last year and was completely lost without it. It was only after I had replaced my license and credit cards that I found the original. Life is funny that way. πŸ˜‰

      • janeybgood says:

        It was found! I left it on a picnic table while I was petting a cat πŸ™ˆπŸ™ˆ that’s typical me haha. So now, frappes for all haha!
        That’s just Murphy’s Law, what happened to you!

  4. Lauren says:

    Thanks for following my blog. I’m so glad you did, because I’ve just read your Joggers post and your About Me and I can already tell I will like you. Can’t wait to read more of your posts!! πŸ˜€

  5. Copper Crown says:

    Thank you for following my blog. I came over to check yours out and now I’m obsessed. I can’t stop reading. This is amazing! Ps. I still shout whhhhatttttttsssssuuuuuupppp

  6. Jim Verheiden says:

    You are the very heart of any business. Wow!!! More than 4 thousand followers in this blog, almost 3 thousand followers on twitter, 2015 WEBLOG AWARDS- MOST HUMOROUS WEBLOG- FINALIST, Blog Awards Ireland Finalist and much more else! Indeed, you are an outstanding blog, you are an alpha-predator in world wide web, and you think you are a normal woman, aren’t you? Besides, you’re funny and cool. And as a good Irish? You made it with a free blog at wordpress.com !!! I don’t know, I think you must really work for CIA or Mark Zuckerberg, Theresa May, Scotland Yard and who know what more?! I even don’t know if I’m not being spyed right now. I’m gonna put tapes in my webcam and cell phone. :))
    Sadly, I never liked cats. I had a dog when I was a child. When he died, I never had one anymore. Life goes on and on. Today people can’t live without cell phone. They are some sort of psychological bengal. People go mad without one cell phone when they find themselves addicted on it. Looks like cigarettes, alcohol or some sort of drugs. After the first taste, you can’t live anymore without it. And in the old times we could recognize who was the schizophrenic talking and walking alone in the street. Today it’s impossible recognize them. People in this new world order (?) can’t live without cell phones, cable TV, computers, tablets, social media. If any of this things is missing at home, well, maybe you’ll have big troubles coming very soon. Maybe you are gonna receive a visit from some lawyer notifying about your divorce and with who will stay with the children.
    Yea babe! If you take a look in the world you are gonna see that looks like the reverse is the “new cool”.
    I’m just an old and ordinary school guy. There is nothing I can do about it.
    I’m looking forward to see more and more success coming for you.

    Very truly your,


    • janeybgood says:

      Hi there! Thanks for your very insightful comment. There is really wrong with being old-school. It’s timeless! I find people who depend less on social media are actually happier in the long run. Thanks for stopping by 😊

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