Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Happy Saint PaTrick's Day ~~

Happy Saint Patrick's Day
~~~~~~~~~~~~
May the Luck of the Irish be with you.
May love, and laughter light your days,
and warm your heart, and home.
May good, and faithful friends be yours,
wherever you may roam.
May peace, and plenty bless your world
with joy that long endures.
May all life's passing seasons bring
the best to you, and yours.


We had our Traditional
Saint Patrick's Day Celebration
Saturday night.
Its much easier to get together on the weekend
due to the Grand-Girls school, and after school activities.
We enjoyed Ham, Cabbage, Potatoes,
& Irish Soda Bread for Dinner.
Lively Celtic Tunes played in the background.
Dessert was Shamrock Lolly Pops,
"Clover Pretzels"
Leprechaun Ice Cream Cake,
Apple Crisp,
&
Chocolate Dipped Fruit.
Its funny we enjoy this dinner so
much, and always comment why do
we only do this meal once a year.
Well maybe that's part of what makes its Special.
But no matter what we eat, its the
fact that we are all together that's
important....this year my daughter in-laws
parents where able to join us....fun for us,
and for the girls to have both sets of
Grand Parents around the table
to share, the food and the love.
Hope all is well with you & your Loved ones
as we Celebrate Saint Patrick's Day together again.
Sending Special Thoughts &
Spring Hugs from the Cabin ~~ Connie xox



10 comments:

THE SPICE CUPBOARD said...

HAPPY ST.PATTY'S DAY CONNIE...This comes from a real Irish girl...Judy Dugan Doyle - The luck of the Irish was certainly with me when I met you...XOXO, Judy

Janet - underthewillow said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you dear friend! My paternal great grandfather was born in Ireland. I would love to visit that country sometime. Your dinner sounds divine!

Janet

Penelope's Beehive said...

Connie ~ Sending fine Irish Blessings to you and yours this fine day!
Warm hugs,
Judy

Aprons Gone Wild said...

~"Top o the mornin to ya" Connie. My Irish half is wearing green today and my Italian half is making lasagna! Wish I was good at corned beef and cabbage...your meal sounded so good!
~Weather here is still iffy. We get a nice day here and there but it's been mostly windy and chilly. I've only put my foot in the sand once all winter!
~Glad to know the trees are budding and the crocuses are pushing up back home. I always marvel at the rebirth of spring...especially after a hard winter.
~Take care and enjoy this day. St. Patty's day was big at our house when I was growing up. My Italian father always sent my Irish mother flowers! And...of course, we all wore green.
Fondly,
Joanne

Rabbit Hill Primitives said...

I've got "go to Connie's" already on my calendar for next St. Patrick's Day ~ lol! What a nice evening you had. Your grandkids must have loved it!

Happy St. Patrick's Day ~ sending hugs right back at ya! Jenn

Rabbit Hill Primitives said...

p.s. Love your blogs new look!

Karen/My Colonial Home said...

Your event sounded wonderful Connie...I love the foods you prepared too.
Glad everyone joined you and had such a great time.
Karen

Cabin Creek Farm ♥ said...

Happy St. Patricks Day my sweet friend. I have the corn beef going..house smells yummy. ♥

QUAINT AND PLAIN said...

LUCK OF THE IRISH TO YOU CONNIE ON THIS FINE MARCH DAY AND ALL THE DAYS TO FOLLOW... IN YOUR USUAL FASHION YOU CELEBRATED A HOLIDAY WITH MUCH FARE AND A GRAND FEAST ,,ALL THE WHILE STORING UP MEMORIES FOR YOUR SWEET FAMILY AND FRIENDS... YOU ARE A BLESSING TO ALL WHO ARE BLESSED BY HAVING YOU IN THEIR LIVES.. XXX B

Thankful Paul said...

Hello! :)