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St. Patrick’s Day!

St. Patrick’s Day, observed on March 17th every year, is celebrated in more countries around the world than any other single-day national festival! We’ve provided you with some FAST FACTS about St. Paddy’s Day, according to (a GREAT reputable website!) and (our ‘go-to’ site for all things celebratory!)

πŸ€ It was originally started as a Christian feast day celebrating the life of St. Patrick, who is credited with successfully spreading Christianity throughout Ireland.

πŸ€Legend says that St. Patrick drove all the snakes out of Ireland, but snakes aren’t native to Ireland to begin with!

πŸ€Legend also says that catching a leprechaun would force him to reveal where his pot of gold (and maybe a certain children’s cereal?πŸ˜‰) is hidden.

πŸ€The symbol of St. Patrick is a three-leaf shamrock, NOT a four-leaf clover!! Legend has it that he used the three leaves to explain the Holy Trinity in his teachings… but there is no direct record of this.

πŸ€”Blue was the color originally associated with St. Patrick, but green is now favored.” In fact, every March 17th, Chicago uses 60 pounds of green dye to color its river bright green!

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So, whether you’re Irish or not, whether you enjoy corned beef & cabbage, whether your clothing (or drink) is green or not, here’s hoping that March 17th is a lucky day for all!

We are always so πŸ€LUCKYπŸ€to have such a fantastic photographer/designer & her dog!πŸ’š

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