Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

 

I didn’t inhale.

 

First of all, yes, I’ve climbed to the top of Blarney Castle.  But I declined to kiss the stone.  (Perhaps I would have been more effective in my writing if I had.)  My critics can’t blame what I write on that.

 

I’m putting this post up in order to call your attention to a piece written by my friend Craig Foster — an expert in, among other things, family history — on Irish names.  Even if you’re not Irish, you’ll probably find this interesting and amusing:

 

http://susannahsharp.wordpress.com

 

Just as, though I’m not Irish, I’m going to enjoy the corned beef and cabbage that my wife is preparing as I write.

 

And I really enjoy Celtic music, too.  And I like the Celtic cross.  But then, I am part Scottish.  So I come by those things honestly.

 

Something from my Celtic Christian heritage

 

 

New Testament 194
New Testament 195
His most famous line from the 1964 Republican convention in San Francisco
Personal Encounters with Elder Packer (Part 2)

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