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A Greeting For St. Patricks Day
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Greetings from Ireland ........(God's own Country).

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I hope everyone has a wonderful St. Patricks Day,

enjoy your Corned Beef and Cabbage

your Irish Soda Bread and of course the Green Beer,

well if it's not green in color then maybe it will be Greene's Gluten Free Beer!.

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In Ireland it's already the 17th March, you guys have a few hours to go yet.

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To set the mood, here's a link to a video

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And a final reminder that everyone is Irish today!!

Here's your Blessing.

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Happy St. Patricks Day

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Best Regards,

David

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Thanks David!

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Happy St. Patrick's Day to you, sir :D

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Well a happy day to you too, David! :)

I really am part Irish......but dare not go out to the bars here to celebrate :unsure: (a bit like New Year's Eve - - amateur night and everyone's out) but do very much hope to visit Ireland some day, it's on my list.....

I want some soda bread, is it hard to make? does it require kneading? If so, I won't make it :lol:

Have fun!

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Happy Saint Patrick's Day! I'm drooling already thinking about corned beef and cabbage tomorrow, laced with happy memories of eating it with my grandparents when I was little. My mother's maiden name was McNutt!

Thanks for sharing the video clip - love the Irish music! My daughter did Irish Dance for a while and we all want to kick up our heels when we hear that music.

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Sine e ceart, gur a mile maith agat!!

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Agus sona duit.

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Best Regards,

David

Uh oh....you've surpassed by elementary Gaelic! I'll have to go back to the website I used and ask them what your reply means!! :D If my grandma was still here she could have helped me. She was a Meehan from County Cork. Hope your day was splendid. I still have corned beef and cabbage to look forward to tonight.

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Uh oh....you've surpassed by elementary Gaelic! I'll have to go back to the website I used and ask them what your reply means!! :D If my grandma was still here she could have helped me. She was a Meehan from County Cork. Hope your day was splendid. I still have corned beef and cabbage to look forward to tonight.

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Translation.

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That is right (correct), thank you very much.

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Also (and) to you.

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Best Regards,

David

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Translation.

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That is right (correct), thank you very much.

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Also (and) to you.

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Best Regards,

David

Thanks for the translation, David. :)

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Well, I'm Newfie (Irish descent, as just about everyone in Newfoundland is.....ha) , so it will be salt beef and cabbage (with potatoes, carrots and turnip). We are wonderfully inventive people, we call it a boiled dinner, HAHA!!!!!

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