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Day Seventy-Five.

Happy St. Patrick’s Day everyone.

I love this holiday, mostly because I feel extra connected with my heritage. I know it has been turned into basically a holiday made for drinking, but hey at least it’s fun! My mom always makes corned beef and potatoes for dinner, something I surely missed tonight. In honor of this day I thought I would share some of the pictures that I took three summers ago when my family toured Ireland and visited some family there. Here you go!

246422_390099334379699_1690289398_n A Street in Dublin

532272_390099667712999_412797470_n The River Liffey – Dublin, Ireland

562796_390090267713939_1391200737_n Pond in St. Stephen’s Green – Dublin, Ireland

539501_390101487712817_382263427_n South Ireland Countryside

582231_390100627712903_1931160578_n Blarney Castle

 How do you celebrate St. Patrick’s Day? Any fellow Irish out there? Let me know!

I will leave you with an Irish blessing that hangs in my Grandparent’s house.

May the road rise to meet you.

May the wind always…

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Posted on 18 Mar, 2015, in What's happening in Ireland. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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