Wednesday, March 17, 2010

-St Patrick

Happy St Patricks Day!!!
 I know this isn't clover or any plant remotely related to St Patrick or Ireland, but I'm just trying to embrace the green y'all!  If you want to see my new favorite St. Patrick's Day moment?  Check out Colleen and click on her link for her poem reading tradition.(and her barn picture is awesome too!)
Do you have any exciting plans today?

14 comments:

  1. Umm a nap?? Maybe the gym depending on mom

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  2. I have to clean house in anticipation of out-of-town company tomorrow (how exciting! lol)
    Happy St. Paddy's Day!

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  3. My big St. Patty's Day plans include taking the kids to Scouts and grocery shopping. Oh yeah, I like to live on the wild side.

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  4. Sitting on my butt watching TV, which I honestly never, EVER do during the day. and I'm not wearing green. Oops! At least I made sure my kids were wearing it... lol

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  5. Working. *insert sad face here*

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  6. Yes, I'm going to get my green on so I don't get pinched today!!!! lol

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  7. Happy St. Patrick's Day. I will go check out Colleen.

    Wordless Wednesday - Sláinte!

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  8. Making green eggs and ham for dinner :)

    Happy St. Patty's Day!

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  9. I'll be at work...what a fun St. Patty's day haha.

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  10. Oh ya... very pretty. Very fresh and oh so GREEN! :~D

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  11. I love the photo. That plant looks pretty Irish to me! ;) It's green and I'm getting excited about green, growing things and spring. so I like that!

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  12. Hi Tracie,
    Happy St. Patrick's Day.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  13. I baked cookies and we graphed Lucky Charms .....my kindergartners had a blast!

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  14. Thanks for the shout out, Tracie! After spending time with my Irish Plumber, my friend Jayn and I went out to hear some Irish music. The band was called Celthix, and I only just now got the play on the name, Celtic and with a red neck hick twist. They are related because so many in Appalachia were originally from Scotland and Ireland.

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