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Celebrating St. Patricks Day with Irish Cooking

Half the fun of holidays is how you celebrate them together as a family. St. Patrick’s Day is a great holiday that doesn’t have a set agenda you have to follow with how the day is celebrated. From dressing in green to decking the house out with shamrocks, there is no wrong way to celebrate the Feast of St. Patrick.

St. Patrick was a fifth-century missionary in Ireland who for most of his life, worked to convert the pagan Irish to Christianity. Most stories about the day claim Patrick was responsible for driving the snakes from Ireland when in fact Ireland never had a snake problem – the snakes were allegory for the druid worshiping celts. Green clothing, or the wearing of the green, stems from how St. Patrick used the shamrock to explain the Holy Trinity to the pagan Irish in 1727. Images of the Saint are often depicted with a cross in one hand, and shamrocks in the other.

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Mother’s Day 2016 Ultimate Gifts

The mothers in our lives do so much on a daily basis. Whether it be your own mother who has been watching out for you your entire life, or you, the mother who spends her days taking care of the house and the children; for all that mom does, she is certainly deserving of some extra love this year. In addition to a fantastic handmade gift from the kids or grandkids be sure to check out our amazing collection of Ultimate Gifts! They are as amazing as they are unique, and you are sure to find something that mom will love.

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