Thursday, March 17, 2011

Top O' The Morning to Yeh!!

Me aunt in the the old country used to pick a handful of clover and send it to us every St. Patrick's Day, with a loovley lahter (lovely letter for those who don't get my brogue) catching up on the events in her family.  She is long past, but this is one of my favorite St. Patrick's Day memories. Somewhere in my "stuff" I have a handful of dried out clover leaves from Ireland. 

Happy St. Paddy's Day to my Blog Friends!!


Leanne said...

Awe, I love that (and LOVE the loovely lahter . . . crack me up, pk. You crack me up!)

Geri said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you too!
(I'm not a lick of Irish...but isn't
everyone Irish on St. Patty's Day??)

Kathleen Coleman said...

I love St. Patrick's Day and marrying into an Irish family makes it even more special! I do love to hear Irish accent and my goal is to visit Ireland someday! I do love my Guinness ;)
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Tracy said...

How cool you have dried out clover somewhere...I had a student once who had a flair for finding four leaf clover whenever he was out for recess. He amazed me by his finds.
I still look for them myself, but never seem to find any :(
I hope you are having a wonderful weekend!