St. Patrick’s day always has us all thinking, and wearing and tasting and seeing green–positively everywhere. Since Jillian is the only one of us that has actually been to Ireland–she let me borrow one of her incredible pictures to celebrate the day. Seriously–do we even have that color green here?
I carried my little leprechaun with me all day–out of the bottle of course. He’s happier that way.
Dusted off my shamrock earrings–the kids LOVED them. :}
Been saving the perfect socks for this day as well.
Three years ago, Baby Chomp had her own way of spending the day.
Now, she’s much more rainbows than just the color green–which of course, is perfect!
So you know, we did make Miss Chompy’s green jello, marshmallow…umm…thing. Not sure if you’ll be seeing that one or not. Still pondering whether or not it’s edible.
Speaking of edible–my adorable niece Emily, brought over dinner to celebrate the new little soul in our world and St. Patrick’s Day too. Incredible corn beef and asparagus, carrots, cabbage, mashed potatoes and gravy, fruit salad and rolls. We were in heaven I tell you…heaven.
Found this little four leaf clover glass pebble a while back, so yeah…I carry that around too.
Remember this silly guy modeling my Leprechaun hat and beard? One of these days I’ll figure out the pattern for that. Pretty dang funny.
Hope your St. Patrick’s Day was lovely too and filled with magic.
As it should be.
3 Replies to “Greenery Then and Now”
Love it! Are you still doing ok on dinners? Would you like one? I would be happy to help. Just holler. 😉
Yes, Jonathan did wear that leprechaun hat and beard, and the kids loved it!! Thanks again for your awesomeness!!
What a fun post! 🙂 I love St. Patrick’s Day!