Happy St. Patty's Day!

This bank of clovers that is on the southwest side of our home is showing all its St. Patrick's Day spirit right now. I couldn't find any four leaf clovers, but that doesn't matter to me. I feel lucky just to have the three leaf clovers right now as I know that many of my blogging friends still have gardens and yards with snow in them.

So I send out this virtual shamrock to everyone and hope that you all enjoy your St. Patrick's Day!

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13 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing your shamrocks!

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  2. And a Happy St. Patricks Day to you too! I love your shamrocks, they are delightful :-)

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  3. Happy St Patrick's Day, Cindy! The photo is beautiful.
    I can't tell you how long my friend and I used to sit looking for four-leaf clovers as a child. We never did find one:) I still think I'm lucky in a sense that no matter if something bad happens, we've always gotten through it. I consider that luck too. There are always positive views to everything.
    Have a good St Paddy's Day! From Meg and cats xxx

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  4. I'm more Scottish than Irish, but it's all good Celtic excuse for a party in midwinter, I reckon, though all I do is wear green socks. So slainte mhath (health to you in Scottish Gaelic) Cindy and Hubby and all the wee kitties.

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  5. That's a gorgeous photo! Happy St. Patrick's Day to you.

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  6. Happy St. Patrick's Day Cindy! Great picture .. I think I'll have to photograph my clover..my sister always finds four leaf clovers but I never do.

    Michelle

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  7. This time of year is when my Irish ancestry screams the loudest.

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  8. Happy St. Pat's day Cindy. Lucy is adorable... and your flower pictures are amazing!

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  9. Happy St. Patrick's Day! I'm Dutch, but we love BEER! The changes in your blog are fabulous, and I like your website too. Your posts make me want to sit on your lawn, surrounded by peace and quiet, listening to the buzzing of bees, and being nuzzled by your farm and domestic animals. It all seems so lovely and serene.

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  10. Cindy, I love your shamrock photo. We HAVE found several 4-leaf clovers. The first one I framed for Camille, the finder. Stuart sent home several from his mission in Ireland and brought home some 5-leaf clovers! We had our traditional corned-beef dinner today for 3rd Sunday family dinner. I love my Irish heritage.
    Love you so much, YFA

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  11. Hi, I have a garden and blog, and live not too far from you. Yes, cats are royalty, my cats agree.
    Terra
    http://terragarden.blogspot.com

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  12. girl I wish they had all mine. Im so tired of pulling them out of my flower beds.

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  13. I am little late for this one Cindy, but I could not resist to comment on this nice photograph. Anna :)

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