Lá Phádraig sona daoibh! Is (an) nathair é a nAthair. (Their father is a cunning person) Is é an nathair é = “he is a snake” = a cunning treacherous person. Here, of course, the phrase can mean two things: either the pagans’ root are evil, or all the protagonist have one and the same cunning “father”, who is both Good and Evil.
In our world that has actually gone insane with slander, treachery, and dishonesty, we need loyal and faithful friends no matter how hard to find.I don’t mean that nice buddy that you would greet over the yard fencing or in the supermarket. I am talking about that person who owns the “staying power” when tsunamis of sadness or loss or trauma hit you complete straight in the face.“ True faithful friendship isn’t about existing when it’s hassle-free ~ True faithful friendship is standing…
State of Grace, Treacherous, A Place in This World, The Story of Us, Holy Ground, I Knew You Were Trouble, All Too Well, Love Story, Red, The Moment I Knew, Girl at Home, Mean, The Other Side of the Door, Enchanted, Better Than Revenge, Teardrops on my Guitar, Hey Stephen. I AM SO GOOD AT THIS.
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