St. Patrick’s Day Dinner…Postponed

17 Mar

Almost exactly a year ago, Pope John Paul II and I had the stomach flu together (or at least at the same time). Well would you know it, it happened again! Needless to say, it not only wreaked havoc into my life all of Wednesday and into Thursday, it has caused us to postpone our St. Patrick’s Day Dinner. I know, I know…the typical New England boiled dinner is not authentic Irish cuisine and practically no one in Ireland will be feasting on it today. But for us American-Irish, it’s part and parcel. So instead, Heidi and I will be welcoming some of our friends over Sunday evening to partake in a belated St. Patrick’s Day Dinner.

Last January while I was at the Mall of America I finally found my family crest and coat of arms. Give it up for O’Leary! Like I always say, “If your’re lucky enough to be Irish, then you’re lucky enough!” Erin Go Bragh!


Posted by on March 17, 2006 in Uncategorized


2 responses to “St. Patrick’s Day Dinner…Postponed

  1. Ben & Phyllis

    March 18, 2006 at 12:25 pm

    Hey Josh,

    Hope you are feeling better and that Heidi escapes the wrath of the flu!

    We love you!

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