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Monday, February 21, 2005

Don't miss it again this year...

Dydd Gwyl Ddewi (St David's Day), in honor of the other Celtic saint For the life of me, I can't understand why Patrick is so honored (though mostly in the breech, as it were) and David so seemingly forgotten—at least outside of Wales. Ah, maybe that's it: the Irish, so unsuccessful in their own land, have huge swarms of folk in this, the most media-stricken land on the globe, and so Patrick just gets too much press.
"...Saint David, or Dewi Sant, as he is known in the Welsh language, is the patron saint of Wales. He was a Celtic monk, abbot and bishop, who lived in the sixth century. During his life, he was the archbishop of Wales, and he was one of many early saints who helped to spread Christianity among the pagan Celtic tribes of western Britain."from Saint David and Saint David's Day
If I can find it, I'll also post a short hymn I wrote considering the likes of Sts David and Patrick, tune name: DEWI SANT. And this puppy's also going in over at Whistling in the Light.
So grab yourself a leek or a daffodil to wear and be ready. (So much better than some lame shamrock, eh? And what's with wearing sham rocks? Can't the Irish find some real rocks to wear? *heh*) Saint David's Day is March 1.