Happy St Patrick’s day!

Happy St Patrick’s day from your favourite Irish boat!

Dad has been educating mum all about Saint Patrick’s day because he’s originally Irish, even though grew up in Australia. I’ve been paying attention too because it’s super cool and I love Paddy’s day! My beloved Nocturne is Irish after all!

(Photo credit: pagancentric.org)

Saint Patrick is most known for driving the snakes from Ireland. Even though it’s true there aren’t any snakes in Ireland, there probably never were any in the first place because the island was separated from the rest of the continent at the end of the Ice Age. As in many old pagan religions, serpent symbols were common and often worshipped.

Saint Patrick’s Day has come to be associated with everything Irish: anything green and gold, shamrocks and of course luck!

The traditional St. Patrick’s Day meaning, is a traditional day for spiritual renewal and offering prayers for missionaries worldwide.

Cousin Chlobug, Jasmine and India have all been celebrating in true Irish style today! We’ve celebrated here too aboard Nocturne, with a glass of Baileys for the humans and a special bowl of kitty milk for me!

Wishing you all the luck of the Irish!

Bisous Bailey




  1. Nocturne is looking great Bailey!


  2. And the same to all of you!


  3. Nothing more appropriate than a glass of Baileys for Bailey’s humans. Our mom’s half Irish. Happy St. Pat’s day. Purrs and hugs, Lily Olivia, Misty May, Mauricio, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Josette


  4. Sounds like a wonderful St. Pat’s Day had by all Bailey! Mom and I wanted to send a link to you to check out – looks like something you really SHOULD have my boating buddy!

    If anyone needs one of these – it’s YOU!
    Kitty Hugs, Sammy


  5. Happy belated St. Patrick’s Day Bailey & family!!! you are lloking fabulous as usual 7 the Nocturne looks great!!! I see you have Sun….we have had snow here in Canada the last 3 days…..I LOVE the Great White North, lol…
    *strokes* Sherrri-Ellen Nylablue (napping)


  6. Hope you had a good day! 😀



  1. […] If you’d like to know more about St Patrick and his day I wrote all about it a couple of years ago here. […]


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