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Date Posted: 19:35:47 10/02/18 Tue
Author: Mom
Subject: But my point was that we ALL donit, and there are so many feisanna nearby you can easily work around other committments to get to Feis.
In reply to: . 's message, "this is very true- with 3 kids each their own activity it makes it impossible to sign up for feisana if I don't know schedule in advance , there are at least 5 this year alone I skipped bc didn't want to risk time conflict" on 17:09:13 10/02/18 Tue

Unless you are looking to double Feis every weekend, it’s not hard at all to set up a feising schedule for yourself that allows you to do both, even if you don’t know the schedule for the Feis itself.

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  • We managed with four children, it wasn't hard.With a post like yours, kind of wonder how many games/matches/meets you "skipped" or did you make every one of those? Wonder how many games/matches/meets ran overtime; were cancelled last minute due to weather, or started late and caused time conflicts - -- but those were okay, because they were "sports" - right?, 20:51:32 10/02/18 Tue
  • I have no idea why you are so sanctimonious. The PP said she doesn't sign up for a feis when another child has a scheduled event that day, and you call her entitled? Should she throw away $60 on the off chance she can go? (NT) -- It's just common sense., 22:27:31 10/02/18 Tue

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