From what I understand of my family background I think I only have a tiny bit of Irish in my heritage. However, my hubby (the redhead) and my kiddos have a bit more. Unfortunately, this is about the extent of my St. Patty's decorating:
And I think it's kind of sad that we don't have any real Irish traditions or something special we do each year to celebrate it. I've been reading of the March 17th traditions of several of my other blogland friends - and it's been giving me some good ideas for next year. Would love to hear any other traditions anyone wants to share, as it stirs my creative process and would love to make it more fun for my family too!!
Since it is a holiday of sorts I will share my special breakfast I had this AM. It was store bought, but so yummy and beautiful in a Spring way - as that's what this holiday usually symbolizes to me....that I am that much closer to Spring!
I know it's not green, but it's definitely special and not the usual breakfast. My daughter & I shared a piece of poppyseed cake with lemon topping (again store bought) and some fresh raspberries. So Springy and yummy!
Since I'm full of holiday spirit (Irish and Spring) I thought I'd share a few more bunnies for fun too. There's a lot of green in the photos if that counts?
Tonight I go to play wallyball with my group of Gal friends, but we're going to go out for a green drink and some appetizers first. Should make for some interesting games. Lol I hope however you celebrate tonight you have a lot of fun and I wish you happy green shamrock thoughts!!