St Patrick's day is a that many people celebrate all over the world. When Saint Patrick died on March 17th , Ireland decided to dedicate a day to the person who ministered Christianity during the 5th Century, since then it has become a celebration in many parts of the world with Irish decent. Many people wear an item of green during that day and will throw parties with Irish food and drinks, many of which are dyed green. Some of these food and drink items include, Irish brown bread, Corned beef and cabbage, Beef and Guinness pie and Irish coffee. Some people will plan a pilgrimage to St Patrick's purgatory and in doing so they in doing so they create spiritual healing, something that has been done since the 13th century. St Patrick's day is a national holiday in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland.
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Mother's day can be incredibly hard to choose what to get your mother. You may want to give her the world but that can be hard with limited funds. You could get her a gift experience but if she's an incredibly busy women then you don't want to risk wasting your money. A photo frame is a great idea but you've probably already bought her one more than 3 times, so a different idea is always good. Sweatshirts, cardigans, sweet treats and jewellery boxes are the usual gifts that you will gift your mother, but you want something different now. You want her to feel pampered and to know you thought about her. Pampering her with fragrance gift sets, skincare or other products that she can use everyday and think of you when she uses it.
Shrove Tuesday or Pancake day is celebrated in may commonwealth countries and is the day after Ash Wednesday. In countries such as UK, Shrove Tuesday is celebrated by eating pancakes, in other countries like France Shrove Tuesday is called Mardi Gras which translates to carnival day and is the last day of "gorging" before lent begins. Shrove Tuesday is often a reason for many people to enjoy making and eating pancakes. Pancake day may seem like a cheat day however we have a few facts about the health benefits of pancakes.