The Meaning Behind The 4-Leaf Clover – Join Us For The Half K For St. Patty’s Day
I was born on St. Patrick's Day with what I'd like to hope is luck of the Irish. Even though I'm not Irish.. One of the things associated with that Irish luck and St. Patrick's Day oveall is the 4-leaf clover. Have you ever found one? Did you know that each clover has a meaning? Just in time for our Half-K for St. Patty's Day event.
Here's the breakdown of what each clover means. The first represents faith, the second is or hope, the third for love and the fourth is for luck! The website "Wiki How" provides 8 steps on how to find a 4 leaf clover. Click here to read them.
While we're on the topic, HOM is having a fun event to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. On March 15th, come to Portland's Old Port for the "Half K for St. Patty's Day!" This is going to be a fun "bar crawl" event where we walk, skip or hop our way to 5 of Portland's best bars/pubs; RiRa, Gritty's, Rivalries, Bingas and Pat's Pizza Old Port. We'll have a different theme at each bar, fun prizes for you to win and lots more. So grab some friends and come celebrate with us. It's gonna be a wicked good time!
Since the odds of finding a 4-leaf clover are slim, you might consider the 4-leaf clover in a bottle. It's a real thing. Watch this:
Do you have any good luck charms that you carry with you? Comment below or on our Facebook page.