Wait, hold up a second, how on earth did it get to be mid-march already? Aren't we at least due a little spring weather? (*looks out window longingly at the dull gray skies*) Well, if no Spring, how about a little hop? The incomparable Mark Koopmans is running this one, and you should definitely go check out his blog!
I thought I'd reminisce a little (really, promise, just a little) about my family's traditions for the holiday. Mainly because I'd love to hear what yours are :)
St. Patrick's Day at my house growing up meant everything was green. My mom dyed the milk, whatever we were having for breakfast, and pretty much anything she could. She also made little green footprints across windows and generally made some kind of ruckus to make us think some mischievous leprechauns invaded our house. There were plenty of gold coins and other treats, too. Funny how I remember the green stuff the most :) Oh, and of course, corned beef and potatoes. We didn't do much cabbage (though that would have gone well with the green-theme!). Good memories!
|These are TAME in comparison.|
Also, you know when you google ugly socks
some really random stuff comes up!
How about you? What are your traditions for the day?