Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh

Nothing to report yet. Sure, it's only Firday night. 😉 But tune in tomorrow and see what I did on Paddy's Day. :hat:

In the meantime, you can go check out RTE's live webcast of the St. Patrick's Festival starting at 12.10 GMT.


13 thoughts on “Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh

  1. My friend was in Ireland for St. Paddy's Day; the part she was in didn't celebrate it as we do in the States; it was a religious holiday and very somber…Do they have a grand celebration in Canada?In your part of Ireland do they celebrate it similarly to the USA?

  2. Hello Elly,The religious aspect is still important here, but in recent years the holiday has become more Americanized 🙄 with parades and parties. It's not as big a deal in Canada but when we were young Mam would alwasy have a big party.My brother in Vancouver is having a party for friends and family. He has his apartment done up with decorations I sent him, and he's making Irish stew and soda bread.

  3. Thanks everyone for the good wishes :up:————————-I hope you get good weather Louis, it's been feckin' desperate here :yuck:

  4. Happy St Patrick's Day to you Irreverand! :cheers:Here in Québec, on Sunday there is the traditional Saint-Patrick's Day parade in the streets of Montreal and every year it's a warm and sunny day and it's often the first sign of the upcoming Spring.Looks like this year won't be different. 😀 😀

  5. Oh, oh, oh s..t, I missed this post…. :cry:Sorry, that I'm late.Now, I hope, you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day!!!:cheers: :sing: :cheers: :sing: :cheers: :sing: :cheers:

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