DeLight Side: Remembering Irish roots, family lore as St. Paddy’s Day approaches

I got the name Sheehan from my Irish husband.

On St Patrick’s Day, he played his tin whistle and his harmonica, and I played the keyboard at a restaurant. We each took the day off without pay, but we were so proud of the money in that tip jar – although it was much, much less than our salaries.

Our children did competitive . . .

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