Clay Aiken – Don’t Forget To Wear Green!

May your blessings outnumber
The shamrocks that grow,
And may trouble avoid you
Wherever you go.
~Irish Blessing

It’s Friday morning!  Don’t forget to watch Clay Aiken and Carrie Sheffield on BOLD TV!

Friday, 10am ET/7amPT  LIVE

They will be discussing Trumpcare and healthcare reform!

According to twitter, they will have a full-house and lots to talk about!


Originally a religious holiday to honor St. Patrick, who introduced Christianity to Ireland in the fifth century, St. Patrick’s Day has evolved into a celebration for all things Irish.

Did you know:

  • The world’s first St. Patrick’s Day parade occurred on March 17, 1762, in New York City?
  • 36.3 million U.S. residents claimed Irish ancestry in 2008. This number was more than eight times the population of Ireland itself (4.4 million)?
  • The Irish flag is green, white and orange. The green symbolizes the people of the south, and orange, the people of the north. White represents the peace that brings them together as a nation?
  • Legend says that each leaf of the Shamrock means something: the first is for hope, the second for faith, the third for love and the fourth for luck?
  • Leprechauns are little make-believe fairies from Ireland. They are the little old men who are shoemakers for the fairies. They usually stand about 2 feet tall. The legend is that if you catch one you can force him to tell you where he hides his gold?
  • School children have started a little tradition of their own. They pinch classmates who don’t wear green on this holiday. Wearing green is strictly a U.S. custom, as the color green is not popular in Ireland. Green is connected to the old green flag and a time when Ireland was not free.

 Whatever Clay is doing this holiday, I hope he wears one of his green sweaters, eats corned beef and cabbage, some soda bread and sings a lovely Irish song to his darling son.

What are you doing to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day?

Will you remember to wear green? Will you tip back a Guinness?

Whatever you do, have fun and look forward to all the wonderful things that are in the future for Clay and his fans!!!

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  1. Clay looks great in green! Beside he has those beautiful green eyes always! I have green hoop earrings I wear on St. Partricks Day!

  2. Hi, Just want to say it's Shamrock that is associated with Ireland & not Clover. Shamrock has three leaves & represents the Holy Trinity. Very many people do wear green for the day & dress up for the occasion, Nice to read your other information.
    Margaret….Northern Ireland

    • Margaret….thank you for the reminder about the Shamrock!! So glad that you are here and part of our group and still reading about Clay!!!

  3. Clay definitely looks good in green. I haven’t viewed BOLD yet. I hope it’s another good one today. I joined Clay on his trip to the radio station again. He sure gave those negative political commentators what for. They deserved it. Maybe he’ll take us grocery shopping or something. Great pictures. ❤️ UNCONDITIONAL love for you Clay. Happy St Pattys.

  4. i rememberd to put on my green for saint patricks day averry happy saint patricks day to everyone and thanks about the shamerock margert

  5. Wore a green sweater when I went to the ballet today. Had to watch the taped version of Bold later. Funny, I was thinking about Clay and wondering about his heritage, and thought maybe he had a Scottish background. He actually mentioned that on Bold at the beginning of the program. Don't know how he'd look in a kilt.

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