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Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Everyone’s Irish today, but I happened to marry a genuine Irishman. He’s so Irish, he proposed to me on St. Patrick’s Day seven years ago. We aren’t doing much to mark the occasion since it’s a Monday, but Michael had flowers delivered to the station today.
Do you have any St. Patrick’s Day traditions? I know a lot of people will be hitting places like Flanagan’s and Cooney’s tonight (if they’re not there already)!

A lot of you have sent emails letting me know that you’re enjoying the Mister Rogers quotes, so here’s one for a dreary Monday:

“Deep within us – no matter who we are – there lives a feeling of wanting
to be lovable, of wanting to be the kind of person that others like to be
with. And the greatest thing we can do is to let people know that they are
loved and capable of loving.”

1 Comment

  • David

    Hi Erin; I have always thought I am half Irish (my mom’s parents were immigrants) and half horse thief. (no one can trace dad’s line past his dad!) Our St. Paddy’s day always has some corned beef and cabbage in it somewhere!I enjoy your work, Dave

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