Hey Blarney and Erin -- It's That Bloody Holiday Again!
St. Patrick’s Day will arrive next week, although this holiday seems to stretch much longer than the requisite 24 hours. Many like to turn the day into a weekend event so that they can enjoy the luck of the Irish for much longer than just on March 17. Are you getting green with envy at the idea of a pint of stout and a pot of gold at the end of that lucky rainbow? I suggest you wear the clover blinking light and your St. Patrick’s Day top hat to show the masses that you are celebrating shamrocks, green beer, and leprechauns. Grab your 12 ½ ounce beer mug and kick back with a pint and some good friends. The ladies can get dolled up with pardi beads with the four leaf clover medallion for a little Irish luck, too. If beer isn’t your cup of tea so to speak, take out your Irish coffee mug for a hot beverage. Just make sure you spike it with whiskey to make it Irish, of course. The good thing to know about March 17 is that you don’t have to have Irish blood in your veins to celebrate St. Patrick. The Irishmen and women, too, will welcome you no matter what your pedigree.