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I remember drinking Green Guiness somewhere–maybe in an Irish pub in Atlanta,GA? Anywhere, back at you, shivoreen!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you too, Leslie!
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Happy St. Patrick’s Day, I hope you have a great time on whatever you decide to do. 😀
To celebrate I listened to a few tunes from Solas (at least I think they’re Irish). A Girl in The War is beautiful song. And they do a great cover of Ghost of Old Tom Jones.
I’m thinking Dropkick Murphys, The Pogues, and Flogging Molly are in order. 🙂
Maith an Bhéan, lá fhéile shona dhuit fresin……….
Happy St. Paddy’s Day!!!
I am Irish through marriage and couldn’t be happier about it. Wishing you all the magic Paddy’s Day can bring!
A St. Paddy’s Day delivery would be magical!
I’m hoping for that 🙂
Crossing fingers for you. I have some connections in that department. Keep us posted. And may the pagan Gaelic goddesses of love be with you for a safe and beautiful birth.
I am part Irish and part Indian – and my birthday day is the 18th – so St. Patrick’s day is ALWAYS fun!
TOP OF THE MORNING TO YOU!
I hoping that my daughter’s birthday will be close to St. Patrick’s Day! She will be here any day now 🙂
I hope you enjoy your day.
Thank you and congratulations! The very BEST to you and your husband!
Happy St Paddys Day…to be sure to be sure! 🙂
Damn, that makes me want a Guinness… I’m gonna have to buy some this weekend… then sloooooowwly pour it… let it settle… top it up… try to get that Shamrock on the top of the head… then slowly sip it… hmmmm… savouring that lovely Guinnessy wonderfulness….
….okay, I’m done now…
Now you’ve made me thirst for one!!! 🙂
I got mine!! Cheers, everyone!
Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all who enjoy this blog!
Bain taithneamh as an deireadh seachtaine!
There is an Irish satirical and political magazine called “The Phoenix”. Years ago it ran a humorous article on an A-Z of the Irish. At that time the Irish football team was managed by one Jack Charlton, an Englishman, under whom they’d had remarkable successes.
One entry in the A-Z ran:
ST PATRICK: St Patrick is to Irish Americans what Jack Charlton is to the Irish.
Good collection of articles.
While sampling a pint or two of the dark stuff today, I encountered someone who had sneezed into the head of their Guinness. Yeeugh! He claimed it was green food colouring, but who would be so barbaric as to thus adulterate their Guinness?
Happy St Patrick’s Day to you too.
Happy belated St Patrick’s Day, hope you had a lovely day
I had an awesome St Paddy’s Day! Went Kayaking on the Thames.
My favorite food … This should be in the major food groups.