what St Patrick’s Day was really like

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Add in a packed parish hall, more tin whistling, impressive dancing and Little Miss Pink For Now putting her wee head in her hands and you’ve got pretty much the full story, right there.

What was wrong with Little Miss Pink For Now? Was she overwhemed by the noise, the face painting, the weirdness of it all? No, never worry. My niece is hardier than that.

She was trying to get a little tinfoil shamrock to stick to her forehead.

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3 thoughts on “what St Patrick’s Day was really like”

  1. The story of your niece is so funny! I envision wonderful revelry in Ireland for St. Patrick’s Day. I’m fairly sure we offer a feeble substitute, but large crowds gather to do their best to make the 17th a happy time to gather and make merriment! 🙂 Debra

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