St. Patrick – Medieval Super Hero

I wasn’t able to put together a St. Patrick’s Day post that I felt was worthy (flying north for a memorial for my uncle). So here’s my St. Pat’s post from two years ago. – Happy St. Patty’s Day to you and yours!

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“Drink is the curse of the land. It makes you fight with your neighbor. It makes you shoot at your landlord and it makes you miss him.”
– Irish Proverb

I’ll return to the series of my “Personal Top 10 All Time Favorite Films” in my next post. But for now, here is a modest departure in tribute to St. Patrick’s Day…

St Patrick 02

My mom, I’m pretty sure, was a third generation Irish-American-Catholic.
Growing up, every St. Patrick’s Day, our dinner would consist of corned beef, cabbage and boiled potatoes. None of us kids wanted to eat this ghastly, peculiar dinner. But mom said that one day a year she was going to have a traditional Irish meal and we could eat it or go without dinner if we liked.

Nevertheless, I remember eating the potatoes and that was about it. While I’m proud of my Irish heritage, my dislike of…

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About VocareMentor

Walk with the wise and become wise - Prov. 13:20 A lot of my blog comes out of the way I grew up. My parents divorced when I was 6 years old and I didn’t see much of my father. I had no understanding of how the lack of his presence in my life affected every choice I made as I grew up. Much of my adult life has been attempting to sort things out and catch up. Thus, what you’ll find on my blog are musings, thoughts, wisdom and ideas from history and pop culture. Themes: mentors, father/son, male/female, self-discovery, courage, stepping up, friendship and more.
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2 Responses to St. Patrick – Medieval Super Hero

  1. Safe travels, and condolences for your loss.
    I am fairly confident in saying that “St Patrick Medieval Super Hero” will be for others as it is for me. A brand new and really interesting read. Thank you.

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