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Staff reporter – Donegal Democrat – Monday, 30 September 2013 (originally published 26 Sept)
Hi, my name is Vivian MacIntyre and it is 10 years since I wrote an article about my life in Donegal Town.
At that time, my daughter Lia was 3 years old. Ten years have passed since then and Seamus, my husband, and I have been blessed again and now have a son, Daniel, who is 8 years old. Thank God they are good and healthy children.
Since then I have become very involved in the community. Being a Mum is the most important and I think the best thing in the world, but I am sure all Mums would agree with this . . .