The word   SHAMROCK  comes from
the Irish word "seamrog" meaning "little clover".

The shamrock was originally chosen as the national emblem of Ireland
because of the legend that Saint Patrick used the plant
to illustrate the doctrine of the Trinity.

Shamrocks have been considered by the Irish
as good-luck symbols since earliest times.

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Holiday World

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SassyCats' Factory Tour

From My Family
in Hazleton, PA!!
May the Irish Blessings
Reach Around the World!!
 

 

Illinois

YAY!  ST.  PATRICK'S  DAY!

 

 

Titusville

 

 

 

USA

 

 

Washington

Hey real excited for St. Patrick's Day
hope you all have fun.
HOPE YOU CATCH A LEPRECHAUN
SO MAKE  A GREAT TRAP

 

 

Ohio

I can't wait until Saint Patrick's day!
My birthday pardy is on
Saint Patrick's  day

 

 

Wilmington, NC

 

 

USA

 

 

 

Brazil

Happy St Patrick's day
to everyone I love
and all the Irish friends I still don't know.
A special blessing to my lucky charms
black cats, Loreena, Joy and Lucky
They are blessings themselves!

 

 

Idaho

I LOVE St. Patty's Day

 

 

Stonewall

Happy St Patrick's Day

 

 

Idaho

I wish that St. Patrick's Day was everyday!

 

 

California

i Miss u Grandpa James
much love, may peace be with u

 

 

Ireland

I love u Grandma
and I miss u a lot

 

 


 






































































 

 


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