“Dia d huit,” is a very basic way of saying hello in Irish Gaelic. It’s addressed to one person and it literally means, “God to you.” Top of the morning from the O’ Oak Run community. For the occasion of St. Patrick's Day, Oak Run photographer Randie Duretz asked some of her neighbors to complete a lyric from a famous Irish song, “When Irish Eyes Are Smiling,” in a personally meaningful way. See their responses with the accompanying photos by Duretz.

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