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Thursday, March 4, 2010

Blog Candy

I have been out shopping for a new computer- pardon my lack of card making and posting.  I have some blog candy to post- please leave a comment and tell me what St Patrick's day tradition you most enjoy!
Winner will be chosen and posted Sunday at 7PM - you will have 24 hours to reply to claim your goodies! 
Thanks for stopping by!
Shelly

8 comments:

Anne said...

I most enjoy going horse racing on St Patrick's Day -preferably at Cheltenham, which is what I'll be doing this year :)

jimlynn said...

Hey Shelley.......hope you find what you're looking for in a computer. I know that shopping for a computer can't be too much fun. As far as St. Patrick's Day...well we don't really have any type of tradition..except, of course, to wear green! It's always fun to see what kind of "green" everyone will be wearing.

Kellie said...

St Patrick's Day was always my Grandma's Bday. She passed several years ago but I always think of her on that day. A pinch for no green always works to.

Cheryl said...

Hi Shelly, I love St. Patrick's Day. Every year my dad comes over for dinner with my family and I make Guinness Corned Beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes and Irish soda bread. I play my Irish playlist on my iHome and we generally have a very enjoyable evening. (Unfortunately it looks like I might be traveling for work on St. Pats this year and might have to forgo the tradition.)


Thank you for offering up this candy. I home you have your new computer and are up to speed soon.

Cheryl

Joanne Gilch said...

we used to all get together in the morning and have green eggs and green beer, mmmmm. Now, I look forward to cooking green cabbage and corned beef, with potatoes. I really just love eating all that yummy food.

Micki Switzer said...

I enjoy going to the yearly St. Patrick's day party of our friend, Jeremiah O'Brien...yeah that's an Irish name....

Chrissy D said...

We always enjoy Corn bEef and cabbage - this is the only time we eat it through out the year!

Glennis said...

we don't really have a St Patrick's Day tradition here, but I do make a point of wearing green - I have Irish ancestry, one of my dil's is Irish, so our only gd is half irish, half kiwi!!