Today, I just wung it. Is that a term? I think I'm trying to say I did the past tense of winging it. You figure it out! :)
6:15- Did you ever wonder how we got to celebrate St. Patrick's day? Here's your boildown: IN 493, A.D.- Saint Patrick, a Christian missionary, was believed to have died [it is not known for certain]. Originally from England, Saint Patrick was taken to Ireland as a slave when he was 16. There, he introduced Christianity to the country. Legend has it that he explained the Christian concept of the Holy Trinity by holding up a shamrock with its three leaves combined in a single plant. Now, we observe St. Patrick’s Day on this date. Read more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Saint_Patrick
The day doesn't have anything to do with green beer, wearing kiss me I'm irish t-shirts or many of the other things we associate it with today. That doesn't mean I can't wear something wacky. Like my litte outfit?
6:45 Talked about the traffic conditions that I saw on the way in.
7:15 St. Patrick's Day Kid jokes. http://www.examiner.com/article/top-10-st-patrick-s-day-jokes-for-kids-and-fun-facts-for-wee-ones
also, I introduced the rimshot. Need one yourself? http://instantrimshot.com/
8:15 I can't even remember what I talked about...hmm. I'm getting old. :)