|May peace and plenty bless your world|
|Paddy, the Leprechaun|
There are many misconceptions about the Saint and Patron of Ireland. He was actually born in Great Britain. Shamrocks were considered the first sign of spring and did not have anything to do with luck. The meal that became a St. Patrick’s Day staple across the country—corned beef and cabbage—was an American innovation. While ham and cabbage were eaten in Ireland, corned beef offered a cheaper substitute for impoverished immigrants.
|The Cutest little Pub I have seen. A must-visit for sure.|
There you go a few things maybe you did not know and thought were Irish and are not. Regardless, I hope you enjoy yourself and keep that distance. Listen to music or come and visit this cool Irish Pub in Second Life called The Green Raven Nest.
A tune is more lasting than the song of the birds,
And a word more lasting than the wealth of the world.