Sure now, that's pretty private.
greatest fear? mice.
Joan of Arc & Mary of course.
deplore in one self?
deplore in others?
What vehicles do you own? Moped - stolen.
Unappealing habits? Men.
favourite word? sure.
The Nursing Yearbook, 1975.
favourite radio station?
Anything by Christy Moore.
jam roly poly pudding.
My moped - bring it back you little sods..
Les Enfants des Plasir.
greatest love? ha!.
What has life taught you? men like me.
How would you like to die?
as a private patient.
Are you religious?
Only across the water.
Sister Sara O'Hara
Thrice married Sister Sara O'Hara, 38, came to Wymsey from County Cork in 1988, the youngest of three sisters. The eldest, Traleen, left home in disgrace at the age of eighteen and made some sort of career in California and was last heard of in Key West. The middle sister, Bernadette, was lost to the nuns.
Sister Sara's father was one of the Cork O'Haras, famed travelling harp makers. Her mother, Betsey, had been a chorus girl at Dublin's Gaiety Theatre until the publication of her first romantic novel "The Pale Lover from Beyond" in 1955.
During the National Health Reorganisations of the 1980s
Wymsey was somehow passed by so the village still has Sister Sara but she only has her ancient
moped. There again, there is something mythic about the sight of Sister Sara, long red tresses blowing in the slip stream, as she freewheels down Church Lane of a summer's evening.