Thursday, March 17, 2011

St. Patrick's Day Blessings Upon You


 
"St. Patrick's Day is an enchanted time --
 a day to begin transforming winter's dreams into summer's magic."
~~By Adrienne Cook.~~


 

 Happy St. Patrick's Day to you all!  It has been a while since my last post.  I have been trying to update but as usual, time takes hold.   

Thank you to all of you who have prayed for my father and left such encouraging words.  I am so grateful to have such wonderful followers. I was so very touched by your comments.  I left an update at the bottom of that last post but am not sure everyone saw it.  He is still healing from the surgery and in his last round of chemo, a hard round, but we are keeping the faith. 



For today we will celebrate. 
With corned beef and cabbage alongside, my favorite, soda bread.

If you can get your hands on Katie Reilly's soda bread mix it is really good and
fun to make with the kids or grandkids.
 
 

A cup of Irish tea, and a slice of
soda bread,
spread with a little Irish butter. 
My favorite.




 

I finally had a little down time the other day and decided to craft a few handmade
St. Patty's Day
plaques.


Crafting always helps take my mind off of things and helps me to relax.





Craft therapy, fun, fun, fun.







The wearing of the green?
So, will you be wearing it?


As you slide down the banister of life, may the splinters never point in the wrong direction!
Irish Saying



Happy St. Patty's Day to you all! 

I will try to get back soon...
I have alot to share and a blog birthday to celebrate! 
Take good care of yourselves!

XO,
Dee

12 comments:

  1. I think this is one of the prettiest posts I've ever read.. it's beautiful! Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and continued prayers for you father.. You've started my day out well...Thank you...Tracey

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  2. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you too. Your father is in my prayers. Crafting is a wonderful cure t take your mind off what is pre-occupying it~~have a wonderful day. Love your Irish crafts! Maggie's Lil' Fixins

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  3. Such pretty pictures the bread sound so good but I can't eat it Oh so sad : ( I love bread. I too am having corned beef and cabbage one of my favs!!

    I have been praying for your Daddy. I am so sorry he has to endure two more surgeries. I have been through chemo. and know how draining that can make you feel. It's one of those things that you wonder is the "fix" really better than the illness? I know he is getting a lot of love and that is what he needs so much right now. Just patients and help without pity. From my heart to your home XOXO

    Happy GREEN day!

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  4. So glad to hear about your dad! Beautiful crafts, indeed! You have such a talent for putting just the right things together!

    Take care, yourself, my friend!
    xoxo
    Joni

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  5. Keeping your dad in my prayers.Happy St Paddy's Day to you to! Lovely projects! Warm Blessings!~Amy

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  6. Thanks for the gorgeous post. Blessings to you and your family and Dad. I love all your crafts and beautiful displays, thank you for sharing Dee. hugs.

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  7. dee, i have been wondering about you and sure hope his last chemo will work and he will heal 100%!!! please take care and it is so comforting to know others are thinking of you. bloggers are the best! I LOVE your creations! you are so gifted!

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  8. I have been thinking of you and praying for your dad. I love your posts. You and Sugarpie farmhouse are my favorith blogs. I have used lots of your ideas in my home. Love the st patties day decorations. Thanks for the post. sharon in north carolina

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  9. A very pretty post. My prayers for you and your dad. I know how hard it is for all of you as I went through the same thing with my father. I love your handy work very lovely, we have missed your posts. I wish you and your family the best.

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  10. I must say~ after reading your post, seeing all the beautiful crafts you whipped up, and the yummy St. Patrick's Day goodies I wish I were Irish! Thanks so much for sharing your heritage with your blogland girlfriends! I continue to pray for your father and the rest of your family.
    Love from Texas,
    Donna

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  11. What a beautiful post! Where did you find that plate? It's stunning! Keeping your dad in my thoughts and prayers.

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  12. This is a great blog!!Hugs, Flavia

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