In celebration of St. Patrick's season, a tall, skinny Leprechaun has come to live on the buffet in our sunroom. He’s winking, because he thinks he has spotted the pot of gold.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Yipee! It’s time for the Annual St. Patrick’s Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen’s!
My table is set for hors d’oeuvres before the Irish stew.
Do you see what I see? I think a leprechaun found the gold, and in his haste to hide it, he spilled some on my table. I’m going to see if I can find that little guy. Maybe he left a trail of gold!
I’m following that little guy, who looks like he’s getting ready to turn and run!
That little leprechaun didn’t lead me to any more gold. I’ll just have to remember that my family and friends are my gold. But, dag nabbit, it would have been nice to find a whole pot of gold!
I’m also linking with Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday and The Home Girl for Festive Friday Fiesta. Be sure to crawl on over to Cuisine Kathleen’s for all of the blog crawl posts. Thanks so much for crawling by my place. laurie
Saturday, March 9, 2013
I’m not Irish, but I do like celebrating any holiday that comes along. Today, I’m sharing some more St. Patrick’s décor for Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper.
Don’t forget the St. Patrick’s Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen’s on March 13th.
Thanks for stopping by. laurie
Saturday, March 2, 2013
I’m trying to bring the luck of the Irish into my home. I’ve decorated the sideboard in our sunroom for St. Patrick’s Day. I’m linking to Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper.
Don’t forget the Annual Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen’s on March 13th! Maybe that will bring me some good luck too.
Well, ye lads and lassies, Tis ya thinkin Irish décor will be bringin me a wee bit o’ luck? laurie
Saturday, February 16, 2013
These plates (Ascot by Wood and Sons, England) remind me of an Irish village, so I thought they were appropriate to march across the mantel for St. Patty’s Day.
Saturday, March 10, 2012
In the quaint Irish village of Corny-Killarny,
on a charming road,
in a quaint little cottage, lived a young lad and lass.
The lad and lass lived happily ever after (the leprechaun also lived happily ever after, never again letting himself be trapped under a cloche).
And I’m blessed to be living happily ever after with my “pot o’ gold”.
I’m linking to the Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen’s on March 13th. Be sure to go check out all of the Blog Crawl posts. I am fairly confident that you will not have to view another Corny-Killarny post! Thank you for hosting this fun party, Kathleen. Thank you for visiting my corny village. laurie