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    Default Happy St. Patrick"s Day

    Hope everyone enjoys the day! Make sure to wear your green!
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    Happy St Paddy's Day to all, can't wear green, got to wear black and red to support the girls' softball team. Another tournament - wooooo whooooo! Love these games !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nonna View Post
    Happy St Paddy's Day to all, can't wear green, got to wear black and red to support the girls' softball team. Another tournament - wooooo whooooo! Love these games !
    Crossing my fingers for the girls!
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    Happy St. Paddy's Day to everyone. I've got the emerald green dress to wear today.

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    I hope that everyone enjoyed St. Patrick's Day!
    I attended a St. Patrick's Day gourmet club party on Wednesday and definitely ate too much.
    Today has been a quiet, rainy day for us. We enjoyed our dinner of corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, carrots and freshly baked Irish Soda Bread with real Irish butter. Now, we are relaxing and enjoying a glass of Bailey's Irish Cream.
    A toast to all of you, my friends! Slainte!
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    I went with my wife to her cousins wedding-both bride and groom are irish so they had a St Patricks theme.
    Everything from bagpipes to step dancing little girls.

    Beautifull wedding and wonderfull time all around.

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    I live in a university town. It was complete and utter mayhem here yesterday. I only wish I was a few years younger and could have joined in.
    I hope no one got hurt. Though I'm sure there are a lot of people with headaches today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by n.mac View Post
    I went with my wife to her cousins wedding-both bride and groom are irish so they had a St Patricks theme.
    Everything from bagpipes to step dancing little girls.

    Beautifull wedding and wonderfull time all around.
    Wow! That sounds like a fun wedding!

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    Gosh we were visiting a university town in Ontario Canada this weekend and I would have described it the same...complete and utter mayhem. Hope everyone is okay.

    Our St.Patty's day was kid-centric and so very different from my former student days! lol!


    Quote Originally Posted by running girl View Post
    I live in a university town. It was complete and utter mayhem here yesterday. I only wish I was a few years younger and could have joined in.
    I hope no one got hurt. Though I'm sure there are a lot of people with headaches today.

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    Marla, What is Irish butter? I've never heard of that kind of butter?

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