Beautiful Carole...Happy St. Patty's Day to you!
A little Scottish around here! Happy St. Patrick's Day to you Carole...tomorrow I am going to be out in our garden pulling up clover weeds all over the place!Ciao bella,Suzanne
Happy St. Pat's Day to you Carole!Oh I can't wait to see more inside that Greenhouse!Jeff and I have spent two beautiful days in our rambling country garden clearing the pathways that have been overgrown with the lush new growth from our heavy Summer rains. It's a perfect time for gardening here now in Autumn!Hope you are keeping up with your orders!Hugs to you,Suzy
My great grandparents came over from Ireland through Ellis Island with my Grandma Nettie in tow..Happy St Pat's and Happy Anniversary tomorrow!xoxoxxoz
Happy St. Patrick's day to you Carole and enjoy the weekendHugsCarolyn
I love the shamrock. It's the hardiest plant. Deb
I don't have even a drop of Irish in me but those images are just lovely, Carole!
Beautiful....happy sunday....love Ria...xxx...
Hope you had a Happy St. Patrick's Day!
Stupid typo...stupid old secretary habits...I try to do the O'Brien side proud with corned beef every St. Patty's Day...hope yours was swell! I didn't know Shamrocks had a bloom...now I do. Happy Sunday, Carole - Tanya
Happy St.Patty's Day Carole, I had my corned beef and cabbage yesterday....it was delicious. This day always heralds Spring for me, it is on its way!!! N.xo
With a maiden name of Callahan...I have more than just a wee bit o'Irish in me. Guess that's why me lucky charms include red o'hair, freckles...and built like a Leprechaun!That is some kind of gorgeous showin' o'the green!Deb
Such glorious photos.I'd love to have you link to Seasonal Sundays.- The Tablescaper
Beautiful, Carole!!!!! Happy St. Patrick's day to you.And nice week.
happy belated st. patty's from this old erin! lovely oxalis(that sounds dirty. he he)erinxxoo
Carole, what a lovely tribute for St Pat's Day!!!Such a delicate green of the shamrocks....I do have wonderful irish heritage of which I'm very proud - but as yet I've not "been across the sea to Ireland" - have you?xoxShane
Beautiful! (My daughter's name is Erin.) I'm still feeling the Irish love! Busy times for you, yes? Have a wonderful week!
Top 'o the morning to you Carole !! Hope you enjoyed St Patricks Day....not something many people celebrate over here unless your Irish !! It was Mothering Sunday here yesterday so we went out with the family and I was treated to a wonderful dinner....actually, one of the best I've had in a long while. We went to a little French Bistro. I'm afraid that, as usual, I woofed it all down before I even thought to take photos for a post !! Typicalof me !!Your shamrocks are lovely. I had a four leafed one when I was about 10 which I took to all of the swimming galas that I was in. I haven't a clue what happened to it.Many apologies for being a very bad emailer ..... I seem to have been a little busy lately. Will email soon. Lots of love and a very lucky week to you ! XXXX
SO pretty! Hope that you had a happy St. Patrick's Day - and yes - I have a Siobhan in the family - lol!
i love these shots.my horse would have gobbled them up!xx
Hi CaroleJust trying to catch up and get around to my favorite blogs... your clover is so pretty, happy little things. Hope all is well in your world, I know this is your busy time.Blessings this spring seasonRE
Hi Dear CaroleHappy belated St Pat's to you..!! My grandmother's birthday was on patty's day so it was always a big celebration in our home.. not that we were irish!You know I finally found my 4 leafed clover from my childhood.. now just have to remember where I put it.. could come in handy these days..I have so much catching up to do of everyone's posts... Love love those shots of Charlotte in the last post!!Have a great weekend.. ciao xxx Julie
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