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Freebie Friday: St. Patrick’s Day Ideas

Well…it’s Freebie Friday, and I actually didn’t make a freebie this week. Life has been busy here, and I have been, well, uninspired! I do have a project in the works, but it is a bigger project, so it won’t be ready any time soon. So what I decided to do is share a few…
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St. Patrick’s Day Shamrocks

The Younger is sick, so I haven’t been able to do much in the way of posting. I thought I’d pull out an old one from the archives to share for now 🙂 I’m trying to get a jump on the next holiday!  The Oldest loves the idea of leprechauns and magic, so this is…
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Luck O’the Non-Irish

We are as non-Irish as you can get, but judging by my wee lass’ commitment to St. Patty’s Day traditions, you’d think our family sprung straight out of a field of 4-leaf clovers.  It must be the fact that one of Eliza’s best friends is wholly Irish that’s rubbed off.  Whatever the case may be,…
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Luck O’ the 1/8th Irish

photo from here “Look, Mom! I found a four leaf clover?” “You did?” “Yeah. Well, it only has three leaves, but I’m pretty sure the leprechaun took the fourth one… It’s still lucky, right?” “Absolutely.”
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Green Day

Today was especially awesome because at school we had a HALF DAY.  That means that I spent most of the morning with my Hispanic students working on a variety of Irish-themed worksheets until the sweet sound of the noon dismissal bell. The half day was made even better by the fact that it was unseasonably warm…
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Happy Saint Paddy’s Day!

Some time this year, I found out that my great grandmother was Irish, 100%. How I didn’t know about this earlier is devastating because I could have been really celebrating the day of the Irish all along. Legitimately. Eh, oh well. No skin of my back. I’ll start celebrating today. Sans beer. Ok, maybe just…
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March

March has always been a fun month for my family.  There’s a lot of Irish heritage on my mother’s side, and she has red hair, so she’s always been proud of it.  The green takes over the house in March. My oldest brother has auburn hair, and when he was in 6th grade he was…
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