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Monday, March 16, 2015

T stands for I'm Irish

Yes, I am Irish, or of Irish decent.  My Grandfather's name was Patrick Anthony Costello.....a good Irish name for sure.  His parents migrated to the United States from Ireland, that makes me the fourth generation out of Ireland. or it that one too many??? I'm not real good at genealogy, even though I find our family history quite interesting. 
 
 
Top photo is my drink for today, in my new Irish glass.  It is just a cold, flavored, carbonated water.
The bottom photo is of the Shamrocks that I have growing around the yard. 
I'm celebrating the "wearing of the green" with the T-gang at Elizabeth's
 
Are your celebrating St. Patrick's Day?
 
"Green" Inky Hugs
Krisha

19 comments:

  1. Wonderful St Patrick's Day imagery Krisha. Have a Happy T Day too :D

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  2. I'm not Irish. I'm British, but I'll still celebrate with you today. I've always celebrated St. Patrick's Day. Your page is gorgeous. I was truly impressed with the dangling shamrocks, and the beauty of the entire page. There are shamrocks everywhere on your table, from the tablecloth to the coasters to the glass. You really DO celebrate the Irish spirit. Is that clover? I've never seen pink flowers in clover, so that was a big surprise.

    Thanks for sharing your Irish page, and your Irish table with us for T this week. That makes it even more special.

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  3. Love your Irish dangle drawing Krisha! Beautiful job.... ahhh i wish i had me a drop of Irish blood but none i can find ... yet.
    But the way i love the music and the brogue you would think i would have some , somewhere in my genealogy...lol Happy Tday! Hugs! deb

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  4. Happy St.Paddy Day Irish Krisha!
    Happy T-Day too!
    great card!

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  5. Hello and Happy T Day! I love everything here, a wonderful Irish post! Not doing anything here because I forgot to plan better and would have made a corn beef dinner. Hoping to remember next year or next week and just celebrate late.

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  6. I'm not Irish but I celebrate most everything so I am wearing green this morning. Trying to play catch up today and just went back through a few posts that I missed. Really like your "splatter" cards. You've been busy!

    Darla

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  7. Oh, me thinks there's a wee bit Irish in me somewhere :) I will be celebrating with a friend for lunch. Your lettering and illustration page is gorgeous!! Happy T day and a Happy St. Patrick's Day too!

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  8. Top o the Mornin to ya Lassie!
    Your illustration is fabulous and those are the prettiest blooming shamrocks ever.
    Happy St Paddy's Day and Happy T Day
    oxo Patty Mahoney (my father's side)

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  9. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you : ). The glass is lovely, as is your artwork! And oooooooo live greenery. I'm happy to see asphalt in the driveway. There is still snow on the ground and the icicle that was trying to eat the house is still there, but it's spirit is severely dampened (huzzah). So I'm very happy to see shamrocks : ).

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  10. Love your journal page and new Irish glass...and what gorgeous shamrocks! so ready for Spring to arrive...! happy T day! ♣

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  11. I'm not Irish, but I'm Irish today :) I like your shamrocks. Happy T Day!

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  12. 100% Swede, but Happy Patty's Day and Happy T-Day!
    Lovely shamrocks and new Irish glass. :)

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  13. happy St Paddys day..I am wearing green and we had irish dancing in our zumba class this morning..great fun

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  14. Isn't that shamrock beautiful and you've grown it yourself. Wonderful

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  15. The shamrock looks beautiful! Happy t day! Chrisx

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  16. Oh, what a Lovely, lovely post! and I am so jealous of your ability to have a shamrock outside... Thanks for sharing it with us

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  17. The shamrock leaves look beautiful. I don't remember seeing a real one.
    Have a wonderful week
    susan

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  18. I'm Norwegian but have strawberry blonde hair...something tells be that there might be a bit of Irish blood back from Viking days or raiding and pillaging. :)
    Happy T day!

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