Tuesday, March 17, 2009

Everybody is Irish today



I love this day, and I have always loved St. Patrick. In honor of St. Patrick's day I will be doing some wearing of the green definitely, I will make the traditional meal, corned beef and cabbage, we will have irish soda bread and I am making green frosted cupcakes for the children, okay for me too. So what are you doing to celebrate??

I had a wonderful time this weekend past, my daughter came over for a visit with the baby and I had so much fun with him. I took just a couple pics because I spent most of my time holding him. What a happy baby he is, he laughs so much. It is so sweet to hear him chuckling away, even if he laughs at me every time he sees my face. LOL

Spring break is coming soon and I am looking forward to it. Not just because of time off, but because I want to do some painting and decorating. I need to paint my kitchen and foyer. I have not decided what color yet, I am kicking around a couple ideas in my head but haven't decided on anything definite yet. We are in need of a new sofa for our living room upstairs so we have decided that we are going to buy a leather one. I know its going to be hard to keep the doggies off the sofa but at least it will be or should be easier to clean. Hope we don't regret it.
Well, I better head off to bed, the morning comes so quickly around here. I will post a updated pic of my World's Above later on in the day today.
Good night all, and Happy St. Patricks Day to all!!

10 comments:

Maren said...

What a beautiful baby boy! Talk about a big smile!

For St. Patrick's Day, we are packing up our kitchen and garage and writing on the boxes with green pens! No joke. We actually went out last night and bought the pens. lol Oh well. When you're moving, you catch your excitement where you can find it.

Janice said...

Enjoy the day, Sharon!

Adrienne said...

I may not be Irish, but I pray to St. Patrick to evangelize mr. obama and all under his office. We were always taught Saints had much 'power' or special 'favor' with God on their feast days, irrespective of the churches and calendars which may assign them different dates. May St. Patrick be honored and invoked for our country today and for the conversion of all to the true Faith. That is how we celebrate him today. St. Patrick † Ora Pro Nobis!

Kathy said...

We don't do much for St. Patrick's Day even though we are both Irish. I do have on my green.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!

CindyMae said...

Hope you enjoy your meal tonight!!! Not sure what we will have as of yet. Maybe the same thing. We are all wearing our green as well!

Siobhan said...

Enjoy your day, Sharon!! Anthony is too cute.

The Scarlett House said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you, too. That baby boy is too darn cute. What a smile.

Brigitte said...

Your grandson is such a little cutie. I love his picture.
I hope ypu spent a wonderful St. Patrick's Day with nice Irish food.

Carolyn NC said...

Your GS is so precious - makes me want one! Haha My DD would cringe at the moment for that one - only be married 6 months. Enjoy him!

Pumpkin said...

Your GS is one happy baby, that's for sure ;o)