Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St Patricks Day!

Because this is as Green as I'll get!
I bought plantings instead of corned beef and cabbage!

Go Green!
As I raise my glass in a toast!
Here's to those who wish us well, and the rest 
of ye's can go to...!
Now there are a million Irish ditties,
and I'm sure we all have our favorites!
I have my lucky 4 leaf clovers, 
 and hope for a pot of gold!

So have ya heard the one about the 3 Irish men?



Nancy said...

Cute Lisa!
Love your flowers...we won't be planting here until June.
Hope you are enjoying your day!

By the way...your last two pieces were so lovely...I just love how you make the pieces look like porcelain. Maybe that isn't the intent...but they are beautiful!


she dreams big! said...

You make me so jealous that you can find flowers already. We are still at least 2 months away from anything green.

While I don't have a drop of the Irish in me, I do have a bit of the blarney so have a green beer in honor of the day!


Cobblestone Creations said...

Still have snow in the yard here ~ but my tulips are starting to emerge. So nice to your green. :)

yoborobo said...

Hi Lisa! This was the first year I did NOTHING for St. Pat's day. Well, I had a glass of wine, but I do that every night! lol! I love your pansies. Aren't you excited about SPRING???? I am. Happy weekend, my friend! xox Pam

JDConwell said...

We didn't do anything for Dead Celtic Pagans day, either, but next year, I think I am.

But to add to your Irish Toasts collection:

"May those that love us, love us.
For those that don't,
May God turn their hearts.
And if He doesn't turn their hearts,
May He turn their ankles
so we'll know them by their limping!"

Dawn in the Forest said...

Lisa, I hope you had a wonderful St. Patrick's Day! Your flowers are beautiful....I love the planter they are in:) Have a wonderful weekend.

Dede said...

I hope you enjoyed St Patricks day! Love your beautiful green flowers! An awesome idea! Wishing you well sweet friend!


priti.lisa said...

I ove the planter, Lisa. And pansies smell sooo much better than Corned beef and Cabbage! Taste sweeter too!

Faerie Moon Creations said...

Happy LATE St. Patrick's Day! Hope you had a good one, dear friend. :) Theresa

June said...

You funny girl!
I had corned beef for the first time this St. Pat's day and it triggered a migraine, UGH! SO I will be buying annuals from now on too. Thanks for the great idea. I think I made my Irish kin ashamed...very!
Have a great week Lisa!