May the dreams you hold dearest be those that come true.
And the kindness you spread keep returning to you!!
…and let’s revisit my friend, Gina’s, tip to keep the holiday authentic and Irish!
- “If you want to be truly Irish about St Patrick’s Day: It’s NEVER called Patty’s Day for short here in Ireland. Patty is a woman’s name. It’s called Paddy’s Day!(no ‘St’ used) Or we say, colloquially, just one word: ‘Paddy’s’ …eg – “we’re off school for Paddy’s” “What are your plans for Paddy’s?” “I’ll be in ?? on Paddy’s” (the word night is implied there, & some venue / house)
- And NOBODY but NOBODY eats corned beef here on St Patrick’s Day. We barely eat it at any other time of the year either!! Ham or bacon is traditional. Beef was expensive, and the landlords would have had that. Not the rest of us!
You cannot direct the wind, but you can adjust the sails!
Beautiful scene, and even more beautiful sentiment.