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Bonnie Ellis Posted - Feb 25 2019 : 7:13:03 PM
We have a lot of Irish in Minnesota and most go overboard celebrating the day. Do they celebrate in your neck of the woods? We even got married on that day. Coming up 57 years!

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Red Tractor Girl Posted - Feb 28 2019 : 4:37:32 PM
I have some Irish heritage in my ancestry line, but have never done much to celebrate. Growing up, I always wore green so not to get pinched!! I do love Irish soda bread and sometimes try and remember to make some on St. Patty's Day.

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MaryJanesNiece Posted - Feb 27 2019 : 1:22:53 PM
We only celebrate a little. I put up a few St. Patrick's Day decorations and dress my family in green. This will be my first St. Patrick's Day with my Irish Triplets so I might do a fun outing for us. Congratulations on your 57 years. That is super exciting! What do you guys do?


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