Thursday, March 9, 2017

Happy UN-Birthday March 39ers

Dancing the March Jig! 

If Irish dancing doesn’t get you up on your feet, nothing will. It’s hard to resist at least tapping your toes to the bouncy Celtic tunes.

This adorable two-year-old Irish lass proves the lilting music is irresistible! Being a former dancer, I watched this clip four times. Little Georgia is just too cute, joining an Irish dancer on the streets of Galway.

March Moods:  
11th – Genealogy Day: Even if you’re not Irish and care less about family history, are you at all curious about your name? A good place to start 

22nd As Young as You Feel Day: And finally we come to a “holiday” near and dear to 39ers. As Young as You Feel Day should be heartily celebrated!

We’ve adopted it—and the delightful vintage movie with the same name, as our official day and entertainment activity, to enjoy the age we feel in our hearts …

Take a minute and enjoy some history trivia to learn what VERY famous actress was catapulted to stardom with this movie!

Now that I have your attention, March 39ers, let’s get on with your UN-birthday!

39 Years Ago this Month ~ March 1978                      
The California Jam II was in full swing March 18th at the Ontario Motor Speedway in SoCal. More than 350,000 screamin’ fans celebrated Rock & Roll and the month of March with Aerosmith, Foreigner, Ted Nugent, and oh, so many more. Were you there? Rock On!

For 39ers who Follow the Stars   
Pensive Pisces (Feb 19-Mar 20) and airy Aries 39ers (21st thru April 19th) are proud to march through the month to their own drumbeat.

Pisces m’dears, try not to take on everyone else’s pain while you empathize with the world’s woes. Lighten up—it’s your month to party!

Audacious and valiant Aries—you’re always ready to grab the bull by the horns. You can’t be faulted for that, ‘cause it nearly always leads to success. Party On!

Aging with ATT-i-tude Platitude
We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.
~ George Bernard Shaw; Irish literary Critic, Playwright and Essayist. 1925 Nobel Prize for Literature, 1856-1950. [Quotes.]

One thing we Irish know, is how to play! Play like there’s no tomorrow, because …  
Age is a number … LIFE is ATT-i-tude!TM  

Happy UN-Birthday MARCH 39ers,
(Here’s lookin’ at you, kids – 39AHC Birthday 39ers, Steven, Pat [IM] Susan, and Jim!)

Chat on Twitter: @39HoldingClub

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