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March 2023 Magazine

Some heroes in our lives are people who are just doing a job that we take for granted, and yet what they do is essential to whether we live, flourish, and stay healthy. May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind always be at your back. May the warm sun shine upon your face. Happy St. Patrick’s Day!


PR for People The Connector March 2022

The old English adage, March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb, means that the weather is fierce in the beginning of March but tends to grow more gentle by the end of the month. The reality about March’s weather has more to do with where and how you live than it has to do with any allegorical reference to animals.

Country Girl by Edna O’Brien – Ireland Forever

When Irish Author Edna O’Brien wrote her memoir Country Girl, some feared it might be a “kiss and tell” probing of the unbridled passions and secrets of the rich, the powerful and the celebrated. Her anecdotes about the famous reveal little about them and tell us much more about Edna O’Brien.

Books We Love: The Country Girls

I first discovered Edna O’Brien in a New Yorker article written by Emily Stokes February 26, 2018, covering her recent trip to New York City. (As distinguished from the controversial 2019 article written by Ian Parker.)