St. Patrick 1999

"God made the grass, the air and the rain;
and the grass, the air and the rain made the Irish;
and the Irish turned the grass, the air and the rain back into God."

Sean O"Faolain

"The hospitality of an Irishman is not the running account of posted and ledgered courtesies, as in other countries; it springs, like all his other qualities, his faults, his virtues, directly from his heart."
~ Daniel O' Connell
May those that love us, love us.
And those that don't love us,
May God turn their hearts.
And if He doesn't turn their hearts,
May He turn their ankles
So we will know them by their limping.
Last year we were lucky enough to find this charming Pixie, you might want to pay a visit to her glen and see if there are any like her up for adoption this year, before it's too late!!

Glad you were able to stop by to Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day with us. Looking for adventure's?? We've got some great treasure hunts for you to go on; if your hungry for knowledge, well then we've got some great sites for you to visit. If it's something more solid you hunger for, there's some fantastic recipes.

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Found Dawn's Lucky Clover!
February 26, 1998
View the List of Wiiners from our 1998 Saint Patrick and The Snakes Hunt
The Irish heritage has had perhaps, a more a profound influence on our nation than some others in the world. It is to those emigrants that America owes a debt that can never be repaid. They came as warriors, statemen, leaders, poets, authors, playwrights, artists, engineers, architects, songwriters, the list is endless as is their accomplishments.
It was the hand of Irish-born Charles Thomson who wrote our Declaration of Independence and nine of the people who signed that document were of Irish origin. Nineteen Presidents of the United States proudly claim Irish heritage -- including our first President, George Washington.
America discovered by St.Brendan of Clonfert in 545A.D. Earliest Settlers in Ireland 6000BC
The origin of Blarney The origin of Boycott
The Irish flag flies from the New York City Hall on St.Patrick's Day The earliest recorded St.Patrick's Day Celebration held in Boston was 1737
The first St.Pat's Parade was held in NY on 5th Ave in 1875, right after the Cathedral was built. The USS Shamrock was launched on St.Patrick's Day in 1863 - christened fittingly enough with Irish whiskey!
In 1884 Sammuel McClure, an emigrant from county Antrim began America's first newspaper syndicate service. John Barry, the founder of the American Navy was born in Wexford.
Louis H. Sullivan, son of an Irish immigrant is said to have created the first modern skyscraper Sean O'Feeney was born in Maine in 1895, luckily for the world, Sean, who changed his name to John Ford decided to try his hand at directing movies.
Dublin born composer Victor Herbert wrote the operetta Babes in Toyland Galway born Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore composed When Johnny Comes Marching Home
Who will judge the Irish on Judgement Day and allow them to enter into Heaven?Who else, but the impartial St.Patrick??

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Our Celtic Christmas
Our Celtic Valentine
Mardi Gras - Celtic Style
The first Irish celebrations on the date of St. Patrick's death were noisy affairs. As the Irish emigrated around the world, they took the St. Pat's celebration with them, and today parades are held in some of the unlikeliest places you can imagine.

St. Patrick's Sites

Saint Patrick and the "Snakes" St. Pat's Barbeque in Chicago
St. Patrick's Pot Three Myths Associated with St. Patrick
Confession and History of St. Patrick St Patrick, Missouri, USA
St.Patricks Page Wearin 'o' the Green
A Wee Bit O' Fun St. Patrick Annual Celebration at UMR
The O'fficial Facts on St. Patrick's Day Lucky Leprechaun's Lane
St. Patrick St. Patrick's Day in America
St. Patrickís Day Festivity Book St. Patrick's Day in New Orlean's
McIrish's St. Patrick's Day Party! All 3 on the Same Day??
St. Patrick's Day Celebrations St.Patrick's Day Virtual Cards
St.Patrick's Links St. Patrick's Day.Com
Awesome St. Patrick Virtual Cards Facts About St. Patrick
Irish Folk Songs For Singing On St. Patrick's Day Or Whenever "How Irish Are You?"
Wearin 'o' the Grin - Jokes Saint Patrick's Flame
Ryan's Wee Page O'Fun Making Things For Saint Pat's
Marvelicious St. Patrick's Day St. Patrick's Day

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A Taste of Ireland

More Irish Recipes Irish Stew
Cath's Recipe Page Irish Eatery Recipes
Irish Foods Irish Recipes
Recipe Corner from Clover All Over Blarney Stone-Kissed Cookies
Luck 'o' the Irish TrufflesLeprechaun Cookies 'N' Mint Cake
Shamrock Chocolate Cookies Killarney Cookies 'N' Mint Mousse
Luck 'o' the Irish Dessert Squares Shamrock Cookies 'N' Mint Dessert
St.Patrick's Day Frozen Dessert Chocolate Clover Cupcakes
Shamrock Chocolate Cream Cheese Pie St. Patrick's Parfaits
Donegal Crab Pie Champ
Platterfull of Ethnic Recipe Links Irish Recipe Collection
Irish Collection of Foods and Recipes Our 4 Favorites
Scottish Highlands Cooking & Drinking
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