The Luck of the Irish

Being the Irish woman that I am, I am always so excited for St. Patrick’s Day to come around! Plus knowing my birthday is 2 days after makes the month of March that much more important! – Not to toot my own horn but, toot toot!st pats

With my whole family being known for our enthusiasm and our, passionate, fun, and extraordinary personalities, we sure represent and show off who we are and why we think Ireland is the best, just as others would for their nationalities.

So, again this year I will be going to the Polish Club in Clifton Heights to watch my dad preform for the roaring crowd of proud Irish men and women. It is always such a thrill to watch because singing has always been a passion of his since he was a “wee lad”- as he would say. The day after that, I will be hopping on the trolley with a bunch of my friends to go to Center City Philadelphia where they will be having their annual St. Patrick’s Parade to celebrate this glorious holiday. We will all raise a pint of Guinness to it being the only day when it’s acceptable to wear green, white and orange all in one outfit. I can’t wait — every year it’s a blast and my bet is that it will be just as amazing this year.

Just cross your fingers that it doesn’t rain on my parade