Marlowe is wishing you a Happy, Healthy and Safe St. Patrick's Day!
Top o' the morning to you beauty lovers! We are celebrating St. Patrick's Day at Beautyburg today with everything GREEN!
Since we have so many beauties from around the world and in the US, I wanted to know how you and your family and friends celebrated St. Patrick's Day?
I used to live in a town called Hoboken, NJ which has its very own version of St. Patrick's Day. Hoboken is right across the water from NYC, and many people who live there work in the city since Hoboken in conveniently situated between the Holland and Lincoln Tunnels and has a few forms of public transportation directly into New York. Well, with its proximity to NYC, it makes finding bagpipe players difficult for Hoboken's St. Patrick's Day parade. So what do they do? They have it two weeks earlier!
The first year I had lived there, no one informed me of this tradition. I had stumbled upon it while taking a stroll on the main drag. The town, which already boasts the most bars per square mile (which is exactly how big it is) in the US and was rated #1 singles town by Money Magazine, actually turns kinda ugly during Hoboken St. Patrick's Day. It basically turns into a town wide frat party with queues for bars forming at 6am! By noon, the streets are filled with intoxication, and by 3pm, many people are going home with $1,000 tickets for open container violations. However, among this chaos is a really fun parade and usually it was a day we spent with friends and their children watching the parade.
One of many cars from the parade.
Marlowe watching the Hoboken parade.
Where's my pot of gold? Now we're trying to figure out what to do in CA!
This year I made cupcakes for a work party and Marlowe's human friends at daycare.
Does your country celebrate St. Patrick's Day? What do you do on St. Patty's? Do you have any favorite foods from this holiday?