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Dublin: 12 °C Monday 24 September, 2018
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Just 17 wonderful things that happened when the snow hit Ireland

Don’t let the actions of the few overshadow the wonderful efforts of many.

FORGET ABOUT THOSE taking advantage, here are lovely things that have happened in  the snow.

Such as these gardai taking the time out to have a wholesome snowball fight with the locals in Gorey

Source: CJ/Facebook

This small but incredible gesture to a young patient who wanted to play with the snow

 

Source: Heart Children Ireland/Facebook

Look how HAPPY the penguins at Dublin Zoo are and just try not to feel uplifted

This trad sesh in an igloo is so wholesome and lovely

Source: Kevin/Facebook

Let’s not forget the real MVPs of this storm, the hospital staff all around Ireland

They didn’t have snow days and their dedication is truly something to remember

There was also something so lovely about Christmas FM coming back on air and Irish people celebrating #ChristmasTheSequel

 

It really felt like communities were coming together to enjoy themselves

This valuable ticket bonanza was also a nice gesture for our hardworking heroes

Paths were cleaned, and people were thankful

 

Grandmothers had just as much fun as the kids

Babies were born on snowy roads

And crews worked overnight with little thanks

This son’s gesture makes it slightly hard not to feel like the world is actually grand

The Cork International Hotel even sent blankets over to those stuck in Cork Airport

Everyone just came together

We haven’t changed too much

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