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Hello everyone -- I've worked hard on today's page, and
have spent a little more time than usual. Get ready for some
GREEN - Happy St Patrick's to you all. 

Every day, good advice:

Yes, things end, 

but memories

last forever ....

Hold tight
to those ...

It is St Patrick's day indeed. It is an Irish and Irish-
American holiday commemorating the death, as a
legend has it, of Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland.
On March 17, circa 492. It is also the occasion, in many 
American cities, for celebrating Irish heritage with a
parade. Among the most renowned of these festival
traditions are the New York City parade, which 
officially dates to March 17, 1766 (an unofficial march
was held in 1762); the Boston parade, which may date
as far back as March 17, 1775, and the Savannah,
Georgia parade, which dates to
March 17, 1824. 
Wow, a lot of history surrounds this day when
it comes to the Irish and wear'n of the green.
Also on this day in 1968 the Bee Gees made their
television debut on The Ed Sullivan Show. They performed 
"To Love Somebody" and "Words." Love the Bee Gees!

Nature at its best. It's a bunny rabbit!

First day of Spring - March 20th, 2023

In honor of Dr Suess' birthday, March is 
designated as Nation Reading Month - a month
to motivate Americans of all ages to read every
day. Reading is fun and has many benefits, 
regardless of your age. It's a key component
of education and professional development. 

WOW - a sheet of owls! 
Have fun!

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