Love the Irish blessing and the photo! MAkes me feel all alive and that Spring might---just MIGHT---get here! :)XXOO!!Anne
Have a wonderful St. Patrick's Day! I love the photo, and the blessing. :) we're having brisket AND corned beef for dinner. And lots of potatoes. :) xox Pam
Happy St. Patrick's Day!!Marilyn
Oh they were selling shamrocks at the grocery store yesterday, still no yellow peeps but I saw yellow chicklet candles. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you. What does one does on this day aside fro saying Happy St. Patrick's Day and wear green?
Ces, you drink green beer with your friends and make a lot of toasts to St. Patrick. I'm not a beer drinker, so I guess I'll eat a green peep!! LOL!♥ audrey
Happy St. Patrick's Day Audrey! Great picture.
Love your photo, the music, and the blessing. How very special. I'll toast your green peep with a green frosted cupcake and say Happy St. Patty's Day to ya. (((hugs))) until next time
Lovely shamrocks. I have some in a pot that a friend gave me last fall, they had all died back from the repotting but just this week the first sham popped out of the soil. I guess it knows it is St. Patty's day! Thanks for the great photo. We have millions of the oxalis growing in the forest here, they are all popping up as well. I don't know if they are officially shamrocks but they are twins.
Happy St. Patrick's Day Audrey!!!I love your clover photo!!! Hope you have a wonderful day!!!HugsDiana
Hey Audrey!!!Yes, it's the early afternoon, but I'm celebrating your win with a glass of wine (well deserved I might add too.....)Audrey, I did not realize we both started blogging at about the same time, but yes, wow! How the time has flown!I am again having trouble with the @northcc.net addy,; you can go to my profile page and it will send it to my *other* e-mail....sigh....This IS a Happy St. Paddys Day! Yeah, it should be green beer, but I'm a rebel.....if it just stops the headache, who cares! LOL!!!XXOO!!AnneP.S. Fran is a dear friend who I had lassoed on the phone and said, "Pick a # between 1 and 139" .....she did it quite randomly! ;)
No four leaf clovers.
I was not aware of this fact....
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