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I always remember who I come from. My grandmother's uncles worked in the coal mines of Pennsylvania when they came to the US from Galway. They were part of the Molly McGuires and I am proud to have that as a part of my family history!

A great quote by Padraig Pearse for the Week that's in it - Seachtain na Gaeilge and of course St. Patrick's Day on Sunday

Poet Teacher visionary Piarsaigh go raibh maith agat give me ireland dreams ( pinner)

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Create happiness if you cannot find it. - Small Acts of Kindness Can Bring Smile On Million Faces

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Miniature Mice - Needle Felted Art by Robin Joy Andreae: August 2010 - Ideale Mäusehausbewohner ;

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An té nach bhfuil láidir ní folair dó a bheith glic (He is not strong must be sly)

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Is minic a bhris béal duine a shrón. Translation: It’s often a person’s mouth broke their nose. Meaning: Watch what you say—it can hurt you!

MMA Fighter Suffers Brutal Broken Nose (and the Picture Is Something to Behold). “I’m no doctor,” writes Barry Petchesky over at Deadspin, “but that nose looks like it wants to be an ear.

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ordovicianfauna: “ Dutch photographer Teun Hock’s photographs are clever, eye-catching, and surreal. Consistently using himself to convey a peculiar character, he depicts a middle-aged man who is.

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