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  1. restlessjo says:

    It’s a beautiful place, that’s for sure! You almost had me leaping around the living room. Oh, to be able to dance like that! 🙂 🙂 Great video, Cady. I love the splash effect between scenes. Happy St. Patrick’s Day to you!

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    1. Pádraig says:

      It’s a raindrop. Constant rhythmic rain! 😁

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      1. restlessjo says:

        😘🍀🌧️💕

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  2. Sue says:

    Ah, Ireland!

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  3. margaret21 says:

    I love those cliffs. It’s years since I’ve seen them for real. In fact almost the whole video was a trip down Memory Lane. Thanks!

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  4. Pádraig says:

    Mo cheol thú, Cady. Lá Fhéile Pádraig shona duit. Happy Saint Patrick’s Day.

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    1. I hope you got to jig the music a little today, Pádraig! Cady

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      1. Pádraig says:

        Gardening since 9am. It’s a stunningly gorgeous day here. I’ll do some jigging after dusk. Maybe a Guinness too.

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      2. Good for you and the Guinness sounds good too!

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    2. Does all those words say Happy St Patrick’s Day?

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      1. Pádraig says:

        Mo cheol thú is best translated as you’re the best. You’ve got the rest spot on…

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  5. maristravels says:

    Took me on a journey back to my childhood but makes me sad as well because today I should have been spending Paddy’s Day with family in Ireland. Well, perhaps next year. Thanks for a lovely post – you are a clever lady.

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    1. Mari, I think once the flood gate is opened, we all will be off! I spent the weekend shopping and eating out (indoors) and just plain frolicking, MASKLESS! I felt like a brazen woman! We are getting there! Cady

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  6. Marie says:

    Greetings from Dublin and Happy St. Patrick’s Day to all – everyone is Irish today!!💚

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    1. Pádraig isn’t Emma special! Loved the video and that cemetery! I have had some questions about the Irish jig on my blog……is there just one type of jig? And is there particular music considered Irish Jig music? I always thought all the twirling and hopping was the Irish Jig as opposed to River Dance style of music and dance. Can you explain more about it ?

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      1. Pádraig says:

        I’ve got two left feet, so dancing is out of the question. There are many variations of movement. Jig is a musical genre, and there are thousands of them.
        That’s about as clear as mud.

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      2. I will have to find out more! Cady

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      3. Pádraig says:

        River Dance is simply one composition, made famous because it has added a bit of sexiness.

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  7. Pádraig says:

    Found this, and I think you’ll like it.

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  8. Perfect for the day … Happy St. Patrick’s Day.

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  9. Ju-Lyn says:

    I’ve been to Dingle!!!
    Such a fun video. What is the name of this jig?

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    1. I just call it the Irish Jig! I will have to ask my Irish friend if there is a difference between them!

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