2023 Happy St David's Day / Dydd Gwŷl Dewi Sant hapus

Today in 2023 here in Aotearoa New Zealand is March 1st, Welsh St David's Day, and the glorious thing about time zones is it will also will be March 1st tomorrow (in Wales).
'Welsh Dragon Bar' sign
Hope your 1st March is a happy one for you all and that you are eating leeks, speaking Welsh and singing (just to perpetuate all the myths) to the best of your abilities.

Random Acts of Welshness (2022)

St David’s Day - the day we celebrate our patron saint and all things Welsh. When we remember his famous guiding words: gwnewch y pethau bychain - do the little things. What better way to celebrate than to bring those words to life with an outpouring of hwyl and kindness.
  • Fly the Draig 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿
  • Wear a leek
  • Cwtsh (also known as a cwtch!) 🤗
  • Give a spoon
  • Say it in Cymraeg
  • Buy David a pint 🍻
  • Say it with flowers
  • Wear Welsh
  • Dance 💃🏽
  • Eat some cheese 🧀
  • Plant a tree 🌳
  • Share Welsh cakes 🍪
  • Visit a castle 🏰
  • Don your Welsh hat
  • Gwlad, Gwlad! 🎶
  • Eat a leek
  • Listen to some miwsig 🎸
  • Enjoy a feast 
  • Tales of Wales 🗺️
  • Go half and half
  • Try laverbread
  • Work out for Wales 😅
  • Play Tippit
  • Say shwmae! 🏪
  • Buy Welsh
  • Dip for David 🏊‍♀️
  • Dress up your dog [Mike: don't do this!]
  • Cocktail Cymru
  • Cheers drive!
  • Break a record
  • Design your daffs
  • Cwtsh and carry 🤱
  • Make your hat
  • Dydd Gŵyl Dewi Hapus
  • Toss a teisen
  • Clog dance 
Interior of the Castle Inn, Usk (Wales)


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