eating only green foods all day, until it's time to dive into a traditional meal of Corned beef and cabbage. In fact, I bet I love the Irish almost as much as I love Canadians. Of course, I got the chance to live in Canada for two whole precious years of my life, and I never got the chance to live in Ireland. Someday I want to vacation there and see all the gorgeous green hills.
Anyway, as we make our food preparations, I've been watching my hoodlums get all excited. Of course, it could be excitement over the imminent lime green jello consumption. No matter what they think of me when they are grown, I want them to think I was fun. And that for one day of the year, I willingly pumped them full of high fructose corn syrup and blue #1 and yellow #5.
a lot to be thankful for right now, and I think making the most of every day is a good thing.
shamrock to explain the Trinity of Christ in a way little ones can fully grasp. I bet we will be watching it when the kids are grown, just because it's become tradition! I'm planning to decorate my table really cute too, just for the fun of it. I just completed these napkins, soon to be listed on my Etsy store!
What do you do on St. Patrick's day?