As we approach St. Patrick’s Day, the Georgia sky did it’s best to impersonate an Irish morn. 9 souls paid no heed to the rain and assembled for a brick required/shillelagh optional beatdown.
Q decides to be merciful on a blustery morning – PAX gather under the Ari Korean BBQ awning for a sheltered, slightly-modified BD. SSH, Hillbillies, weedpickers, copperhead squats.
A ‘Little’ Four Corners under the awning.
With coupons piled in the fourth corner, PAX complete three series of four corners. Each series consists of four rotations, starting with 20 reps of each exercise and decreasing by 5 each rotation.
Skull Crushers (Coupons)
To underscore the St. Paddy’s Day theme, your resident Irishman brought a boozy playlist of Irish Drinking Songs (with a couple of twists, of course):
The Irish Rover – The Irish Rovers
Good Luck to the Barley Mow – The Irish Rovers
Whiskey in the Jar – Thin Lizzy
American Land – Bruce Springsteen (he’s Irish)
Drunken Sailor – The Irish Rovers
Whiskey You’re the Devil – The Clancy Brothers
All for Me Grog – The Dubliners
The Dublin Pub Crawl – The Irish Rovers
Sunday Bloody Sunday (Live) – U2
A Walk in the Irish Rain – Seamus Kennedy
I’m Shipping Up to Boston – Dropkick Murphys (Skipped for time)
The Beer Song – Seamus Kennedy
The Craic Was Ninety in the Isle of Man – Paddy Reilly
Continued prayers for Ukraine. Love and prayer for moms dealing with health issues, and Flo’s upcoming surgery.
I’m bringing mom’s ashes back to Dublin in a couple of weeks to lay her to rest after an extended Covid delay. I continue to be thankful for these men who helped me through an incredibly difficult period that culminated in her passing just about two years ago.