Lucky me . . . that I have wonderfully fun friends.
Lucky me . . . that I have wonderfully loving kids.
Lucky me . . . that I have a wonderfully giving, entertaining and loving husband.
Lucky me . . . that I have a wonderfully healthy body and attitude.
I don’t celebrate St. Patrick’s Day like I use to by making green pancakes, green sandwiches, green rice crispy treats, etc . . . and then dressing my kids for the day in their all green apparel.
But, I was thrilled to see the tradition has now began with my daughter and Miss Molly.
For me I’m getting ready to play leprechaun and deliver some treats . . .
because it’s always fun to receive some type of gold at the end of your rainbow.
(this little treat is just a small succulent plant covered with burlap and this handmade tag)
(or you can run to your local thrift store and buy a few tea cups and fill them with candy, I chose green rock candy)
Now I’m not so old that I can’t put on some green attire for the day.
Here’s my grown-up version of adding just a hint of green to my ensemble.
Put on a bright green blouse.
Add some green shoes to your outfit.
You can still have some fun with green and keep it grown-up and professional.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day, my friends . . .
LUCKY ME, FOR HAVING YOU AS FRIENDS AT THE END OF MY RAINBOW.