Irish Pride


For St. Patrick’s day, my mom used to turn tables and chairs on their sides, mess up the sheets and then sprinkle Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups and gold coins all over. She’d also dye all of our food green and once in a while she made corned beef & cabbage. YUM. Love that stuff. Are you doing anything fun to celebrate?

I’m being totally lame and not doing anything fun or creative for St. Patrick’s Day, but I am so proud to have some Irish blood in me (err, we’re pretty sure there’s Irish in there). Maybe someday I’ll get to go there and meet all the rad folks of Ireland.

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    1. AshleyAnn says:

      Your mom = awesomeness.
      Turned tables, Reeses, gold coins…that is creative stuff. Oh to remember that for next year!

    2. Jenn says:

      Jack and I wore green. I had corned beef and cabbage for lunch with my coworkers – it’s a company tradition. Jack colored shamrocks at daycare with green markers. After work/school, I cleaned the kitchen with Method cleaners (those are green, both in color and ecologically).
      And to top the day off, Jack and I made green rice krispies, his FAVORITE, just in time for bed

    3. Michelle says:

      Hello, I couldn’t find an email for you but I would love to get you into the mix of my monthly giveaways! Let me know if interested

    4. A L says:

      Wow, your Mom did awesome stuff for St. Patty’s!

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