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March Winds, April Showers, All Bring May Flowers An Old English Proverb
Blustery or gentle, March winds carry the promise of spring. As we see the grass greening up here in Midwest, our hearts are filled with energy and hope. I’ve even had some crocuses in bloom. How about that?
Grandparents if you have Irish ancestors, now is the time to share that with your grandchildren, and teach them about the lovely land of Ireland. In my book, Long Distant Grandma, I give a list of suggestions on how to carry that out, beginning with a trip to the library to learn about the Irish people, then share your favorite potato dishes. You might want to try a simple Irish stew, which is also listed in my book.
Next, search out Irish blessings and proverbs with older grandchildren. Maybe your family has been passing them down for generations. If not share this traditional one.
May the road rise to meet you. May the wind be always at your back. May the sun shine warm upon your face, The rain fall soft upon your…

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