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Excerpts from my 3rd Grade Journal- 'Worried Walter's St. Patrick's Day'

A first-hand account of a hilarious pyschotic episode and apparent death of Worried Walter.  My guess is that we had to write about St. Patrick’s day, but that wasn’t getting in my way.

The Meaning of the Shamrock

The shamrock is most common 3-leaf clover native to the beautiful Emerald Isle. The majestic shamrock was chosen as the national symbol of Ireland because Saint Patrick used the 3 leafed clover to teach the Holy Trinity to the pagan Celts. 157 more words

Irish Traditions

Sally Dress

I sewed this up and photographed it awhile ago, but here it is finally on the blog after many months…This is the Sally Dress by Very Shannon.  261 more words

Sewing

Humanity

WordPress weekly photo challenge, “Humanity.” 

St. Patrick’s day in London, England, 2012. 

http://dailypost.wordpress.com/dp_photo_challenge/humanity/

England

party like it's st. patrick's day.

St. Practice Day?  Maybe?

Last night I went out to the Cleveland House of Blues for their Halfway to St. Patrick’s Day Party.  I was one of maybe 100 in attendance.  268 more words

Mid-Month Sunset Market and Music Festival Debuts November 15

The New Mid-Month Sunset Market and Music Festival Begins November 15, 2014!

Our new Event is co-sponsored in part by the City of Madeira Beach and will coincide with the City’s monthly Cornhole Tournament at Archibald Park! 379 more words

Mid-Week Madeira Beach Morning Market

Orange Order May Change Name To Lemon Or Salmon Order In Re-Branding Initiative

In a brave move to symbolise changed times in Ireland, an Orange Order branch in Tyrone have tabled a motion to completely re-brand the fraternal organisation by changing its name to a ‘more modern colour’ in order to attract a younger audience as well as creating a fresh start with non-protestant neighbours. 358 more words

Strabane