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I swear I'll post soon.

I swear I’ll post soon.
But the time is not right.
For saint Patty’s day
Is just not my night.

For I’m drunker than drunk… 206 more words

A leap of fate.

It’s been weeks since I have posted anything to my blog, so…
Hello world, how have you been? By this point in time, I’ve ended my eight (8th) week in Dublin, so far it has been filled with many new, 646 more words


America's Occult Holidays: Valentine's Day/Groundhog Day, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, Halloween, and Christmas - by Doc Marquis

Former Satanist, Doc Marquis, delivers a knockout punch against the practice of all our major holidays, providing details only a former Witch would know.

Doc begins by demonstrating how the Illuminati effected the change in our calendar and how that change has affected a dramatic change in our everyday lives. 156 more words

Illuminati / Satanism (Expose)

... Have a dream in New Orleans, fall in love in Chicago

This is just a random rant post….

It has been awhile since I’ve posted and there has been so much going on in my life. I spontaneously went to Chicago with my boyfriend for St. 348 more words

The Story Solution: Use St. Patrick as Inspiration for Your Hero’s Actions


Dear Friends,
Aspiring screenwriters must accustom themselves to looking everywhere for inspiration when it comes to developing a believable story arc for their hero. What are the qualities that make a hero heroic, and how can you create a persona that takes on a life of its own beyond the story itself? 481 more words

Internet Marketing Articles: Social Media Marketing on St. Patrick’s Day

Although marketing is a year-round endeavor opportunities sometimes come along that you shouldn’t miss. Associating your business with a holiday can increase your chances of search engine optimization. 606 more words

Prepping for the Hike

We left Puno on March 17–that’s right, St. Patricks Day! Being neither Irish, nor a big fan of people telling me what to do(ie wear green), it took me a long time to come to appreciate the holiday. 346 more words