Going Green?


Leafy greens

Ecologically green

Greenhorn cowboy

Greenstick fracture

Green apples


No matter what version you favour, come mid-March there’s really no other green
except an Irish one. It was St. Patrick’s Day yesterday. I wasn’t particularly innovative,
but I wore green, and my visiting daughter baked a batch of green cupcakes for her girls.


There was a time — my children will vouch for it — when there was green porridge
in the morning, green milk and green cream cheese sandwiches in the lunch kits,
and probably green mashed potatoes at the dinner table.
What can I say? I’m Irish, but in a ridiculously Canadian kind of way.



Blarney Stones

Irish Cream Creme Brulee 

An Irish Wolfhound if you like big dogs

or a Soft-coated Irish Wheaten Terrier if you don’t

Maybe a little Irish Step-dancing

Rainbows and Pots of Gold

A pint of Guinness


Oh, it wouldn’t be St. Patrick’s Day without leprechauns, mischief and a bit of music!
However you spent it, I hope you had a great day.



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2 thoughts on “Going Green?

  1. cluculzwriter says:

    Did I mention I saw Lord of the Dance? Yes, it was fabulous! Happy Going Green, Carol! Green Fried Tomatoes!

  2. Darlene says:

    I’m not Irish but I sure do love Irish dancing and music. Happy St. Patrick’s day Carol. Love the green cupcakes!

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