A new video about the life of a schoolgirl

It’s one of the most popular videos on YouTube and it’s been viewed more than 12 million times.

But the video was recorded in 1984 in Ireland and has never before been broadcast in the UK.

Its star, Laura Cavanaugh, says it is a tribute to the schoolgirl who inspired her.

The Dublin-born star was 15 years old when she met a boy at a football game who she now calls ‘Lucky’.

He was also her boyfriend at the time, she told the BBC.

They began dating, and they started dating, she said.

Then in the autumn of 1984, Laura went to her school and he stayed in the room, she explained.

In the end they broke up and they broke apart, she continued.

Laura went to school with him for four years.

The next year she began working as a teacher at the school.

“They started dating again,” she said, and after three years they broke off the relationship.

It’s a story that she wants to tell as a tribute.

“It’s just such a powerful story,” she told Irish broadcaster RTÉ.

She also wants to put the story of Laura’s love story to rest.

“I think people want to see this,” she added.

This video was made by the Dublin Schoolgirl Association, which Laura founded and is run by Laura.

Its founder, Emma McQuinn, said the video is part of the organisation’s “celebration of life” programme.

“We want to celebrate the life and the work that Laura has done and that of her community,” she explained to the BBC’s Breakfast programme.

Her father, the late John McQuinnes, said it was important to remember Laura’s contribution to education.

“She was the person who put the Irish language in schools in Dublin, she was the teacher in the school, she had the experience of having children who had to go to school in the summertime,” he said.

Laura has written about her experience in a book titled ‘Lazy Girls’ and in a new BBC documentary, called ‘The School Girl Who Loved School’.

“She taught her children, she taught herself, she got up at the end of the day, she read the paper and she did all of that stuff,” she continued to the Breakfast programme.

“And she loved it.

She loved her job and she loved her life and she just loved being a teacher.”

She told the programme that she was proud of her education and how it inspired her and it was the same for her mother.

Laura Cavanaugh (left) and her mother, Anne McQuigan (right) in an interview from 1976, when she was 15.

Source: YouTube/Laura CidalThe schoolgirl also spoke about her love of animals.

“One of the things I love most is going to a zoo and being with animals,” she remembered.

“That’s what I love about animals, they’re gentle, they care about you.”

“They’re so friendly, they’ve got smiles on their faces and they’re very playful.”

She said she also loved the outdoors, and how her passion for animals inspired her to become a conservationist.

“You’ve got to be very careful with wildlife because if you’re going to be in the woods you’ve got predators and you’ve just got to find a way to get out of there and to go somewhere else,” she revealed.

“There’s so many things you can do.”

Laura also said she felt like she was part of something bigger than herself.

“The whole thing is about me, it’s about me as a human being, it was really important to me to be a part of this school.”

And I just felt I had to tell the story.

“Laura’s book ‘Lazys Diary’ has sold over 10 million copies and is available to buy from Amazon.

She told BBC Radio 4’s Today programme that the reason she was so determined to tell her story was that it was a personal story.”

People have asked me, why did you do this?

Why didn’t you go to a school, why didn’t they do that?” she said to Today.”

They were there for me and I wanted to tell my story, so I wanted people to understand it and they could understand it for themselves.

“So I wanted them to think about it, because they were there and they were supporting me.”

If they had heard that I’d be doing something that was very different to what they were doing, I think that would have changed their mind.

“Laura Caine, who is now 74 years old, said she has always been interested in animals.

In fact, she once took part in a zoo walk in Africa, where she encountered an African lion.”

A lion is very shy,” she recalled.”

He’s quite shy but he has a very big appetite for food.

So I think it was very interesting and it