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Thread: Happy St. Patrick's Day

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    Happy St. Patrick's Day

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    very funny..............

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    ha ha ha ha ha
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    Very cute Tartan.
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    Here a funny for you. Yesterday I had to be at appointments most of the day, so our room mate offered to make dinner. Of course I said thank you, yes. When DH and I got home, this was what she served us....St. Patrick's Day Macaroni and Cheese! Our little "roomies") ages 4 and 7) loved it!










    She even served it on paper plates to reduce the dirty dishes....
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    That is so cute!

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    how cute is that.
    Most people think that St. Patrick ran the snakes out of Ireland. There were no snakes, but at the time, a lot of Pagans. His driving out was really converting them to Christianity. The Pagans were now as snakes back then. A little bit of trivia for everyone.
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