This is certainly a March we will not soon forget. None like any I can remember.
No March Madness.
No NBA or NHL.
No Major League Soccer or even PGA.
Even the “Happiest Places on Earth”—Disneyland and DisneyWorld—have shut their doors for now.
Schools on long term break.
Thanks to the Coronavirus, this March we all are stuck—in more than ways than one.
Whether we’re stuck inside with our kids; or stuck tele-commuting from home; or stuck in the house because they’ve closed work for the next few weeks.
So, in honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I thought a few Irish sayings and an old- fashioned Irish blessing might warm our hearts. Isn’t it great that everyone is Irish on St. Patrick’s Day? I can almost hear you deciding the first person deserving of this message. And to go with that green beer—or if you can’t get to the tavern—any beer you’re having, a favorite Irish toast!
Still not enough? Then how about a little distraction from our woes?
What could be more Irish than an actual Irish ghost. In my program, “Things That Go Bump in the Night,” I share a few remarkable photos of documented ghosts. I also discuss a poltergeist haunting an old elementary school in Cork, Ireland. Here’s a brief snippet of my presentation including the video of this pesky ghost. (Be sure to have your sound up. You’re not going to want to miss the ghost noises!)
And most important, and most needed, an ancient Irish blessing!
If I haven’t yet had the chance to share my presentation with your organization, I’ll again be booking dates, once the corona virus crisis has passed. Right now, I’m booking into the fall. If you’re interested check here for details.
Even if you’re stuck inside, you can still order a copy of my novel, BLOOD ON THE CHESAPEAKE and it will be delivered right to your door. Here’s the link.
Stay healthy and well, my friends.