Happy Saint Patrick’s Day From Ireland

Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh Go Léir,

 Patricks Day

A big Happy Saint Patrick’s Day to all my Tarot Friends around the world. It’s a day when the whole world turns green. Irish people all over the world celebrate their Irishness on this day. It brings us all together as one big family regardless of how far we are away from each other. Today, every city, town and village around this island will take part in parades and gatherings. There will be much Irish music, Irish dancing and plenty of Guinness and whiskey too.


I thought I would share a little bit our National Day with you. It’s a day for everything Irish and for having a good laugh.  


River Dance at The Samuel Beckett Bridge in Dublin, Ireland today. Jean Butler with the long Auburn hair leads the troop of dancers. Jean was the original female lead dancer of Riverdance when it first burst onto the stage as the interval act at The Eurovision Song Contest back in 1994. She toured with the show for many years. Great to see her performing for Patrick’s Day. Still looking good Jean.

Click on the Post Part of The Link below to see The Video on Facebook. Click Riverdance to see the Whole Page

Post by Riverdance

Click on the Post Part of The above Link to see The Video on Facebook.  Click Riverdance to see the Whole Page



Our Lovely Sinead O’Connor in Collaboration with The Chieftains – The Foggy Dew

The High Kings of Ireland -Rocky Road To Dublin

Billy Connolly Tours Ireland

Conan O’Brien on his Visit to Ireland – Very Funny

Conan O’Brien Visits The Guinness Store House in Dublin, Ireland – Great Fun

 Have A Happy Saint Patrick’s Day Wherever You Are!


About miss tarot teacher

I am a Blogger, Blog Mentor and writer. I am also an experienced Tarot Consultant and have written an in-depth and comprehensive online course for those who wish to become a Professional Tarot Reader or Consultant. I am skilled in various areas of Digital Technology. I happen to make vintage style boudoir dolls in my spare time and am a trained mezzo soprano. I have a passion for Tudor History.

Posted on March 17, 2015, in Personal Stories, Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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