Wednesday, March 4, 2009



             Good morning to all; I hope you are having a good day. I am wore out already, took my grandson to school this morning, I am not used to getting a little one ready for school. it has been over ten yrs since I had to do that... whewwwwwww... but we made it. I did enjoy it though. Zachary is in Kindergarten and he is doing pretty good, yesterday we practiced tying our shoes, that was a mess, but he will get there.. I remember learning how to tying my shoes, it took me a while to get it. 

Any way it is going to St. Patties Day soon, are there any Irish out there?????  and if so do you celebrate???   I don't think I have any Irish in our family.  I wonder how green beer tastes....  I don't like beer in the first place but green  ewwwww  I don't think so. 

I have entered in Heidi's Easter basket Swap, and I am so excited about it, I have so much fun with her swaps. So today I have to get started on my basket for my partner too be.  I am trying to think of some really cute but different Easter goodies, so I am going to be doing some home work on this. Maybe surf the wed for some ideas  or HGTV. 



Hey Look at what I found for you..... Do you like it.  I saw this little man running around my back yard, looking lost so I asked him if he needed any help and he asked me if I new of a any one he could give this too....  So naturally I thought of all of you out there my sweet Blog Friends.  So please enjoy your pot of gold.  Well I have some work to do before I can go and play in my craft room.  I want to thank you all for taking the time to stop by for a visit, and the kind and sweet comments. I am truly Blessed, because I have so many caring Friends out in Blog World.

Have a great day!!!!!!!!!    Until Next time... God bless;




Jill said...

Thank you sooo much for the gold...I really need it! There are some new stamps sets I would like to buy and I also need to buy some laundry detergent!


Neabear said...

I can sure use a pot of gold. So much I could do with it. Like a new furnace.

Gary and Elizabeth~ said...

My girls Godmother Ruth is Irish and so there has been a few parties through the years!. I love cornbeef and cabbage so on St. Patties Day we must celebrate the Irish and EAT and DRINK.
Have a wonderful day,

Rosehaven Cottage said...

I'm Scottish and Irish (along with a lot more) and LOVE to sport the green on St. Patty's Day. I don't drink, but I do love the green.


Joy said...

Nope, not Irish that we know of. My husband has a deep and abiding fascination with Ireland though. :O)