For the not so Irish

Well I grew up not ever giving St. Patty’s day  a thought.  It seemed like everyone I knew was protestant, and Norweigan or German.

As I grew older I found out that my dad was adopted and his real name was of total Irish decent.

Then I marry Mary who is big time Irish Catholic .  I’ve started to learn about the irish culture.

I’m not a fan of Giuness or Harp, but do like an ocassional Jameson on ice.

As many celebrate their Irish heritage I always get a kick out of everyone dressing up green and marching in parades.  I guess New Richmond has a big St. Paddy’s day parade every St. Padds parade.

Maybe someday I’ll get dressed up and go out and celebrate.

It should be a great NCAA boys and girls tournamnet.  We have brackets you can come in and fill them out or just email your picks.  We are having our yearly pics for prizes!!!

It’s still a bit winter out and the cross country skiing is still excellent.  If we get a few inches of snow tonight it should be good through the weekend if it doesn’t get to warm.

Spring is a great time to jump start your exercise, clean up your diet, and get moving in a positive direction.  You can do it!!!  It’s been fun seeing patients getting better and doing the things once again that are important to them.

I’m in the solution business and we are committed to doing what ever it takes to assist you in getting your health back and keeping it once and for all.

OK, make it a fantastic St. Patty’s day!!!!

It will be 100 in no time

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