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St. Patrick's Day

Posted by Holly Hirsch on Mar 1, 2012 4:53:00 PM

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Irish Blessings

May you always have walls for the winds,
a roof for the rain, tea beside the fire,
laughter to cheer you, those you love near you,
and all your heart might desire.

May the sun shine, all day long,
everything go right, and nothing wrong.
May those you love bring love back to you,
and may all the wishes you wish come true!

May you always walk in sunshine.
May you never want for more.
May Irish angels rest their wings right beside your door.

May your pockets be heavy and your heart be light.
May good luck pursue you each morning and night.

May joy and peace surround you,
Contentment latch your door,
And happiness be with you now,
And bless you evermore.

May the wings of the butterly kiss the sun.
And find your shoulder to light on.
To bring you luck, happiness and riches.
Today, tomorrow and beyond.

Fun Facts

According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the highest number of leaves found on a clover is 14.
Legend says that each leaf of the clover means something: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and the fourth for luck.
The Irish flag is green, white and orange. The green symbolizes the people of the south, and orange, the people of the north. White represents the peace that brings them together as a nation.
Around 34 million modern Americans claim Irish ancestry.
The St. Patrick's Day custom came to America in 1737.
Many legends and myths surround St. Patrick. Some believe that he raised people from the dead.
The color of St. Patrick was not originally green, but blue. In the 19th century, green came to be used as a symbol for Ireland.
The original Guinness Brewery in Dublin has a 9,000 year lease.
Over 2.5 billion pounds of cabbage are produced each year, with the majority grown in California.



The Telegraph

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