Weekly Giveaway: Recycled Clutch Purse from Ecoist! tiffyqueen is the winner!
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To win the clutch, let me know what your St. Patrick's Day plans are!
Giveaway ends on Tuesday, March 16th at midnight, PST! Winner will be chosen at random!
Looking to take full advantage of green, my favorite color, and any excuse to make cabbage :) I love cabbage! Great holiday for me. My friend is in town for a couple weeks so maybe we'll kill some time before my night class.
I'm part Irish and one of my dogs came from Ireland, so we'll be using this day as an excuse to celebrate our heritage. I have to work most of the day, but will certainly be having some form of potatoes and cabbage for lunch and dinner.
If I'm lucky, I'll go to some party or something. If not, I'll either hang with my best friend Scott or hang around by myself, surfing VW and playing games on facebook.. as usual.
We are Irish so we always do a big Irish themed dinner and the wearing of green clothing. :)>>> This year there will certainly be whiskey cake on the menu!
those are adorable.
I don't have any plans - just school.
oh and then going to visit a therapist for the first time (you asked, so I'm telling you haha!!)
I didn't realize that day was St. Patrick's day.
I don't have an exciting plans for St. Patrick's Day other than remembering to wear some green so I don't get pinched!
Not too much, actually. Maybe I'll get ambitious and make some soda bread. Just reeelaaaaxing (hopefully!)
not much during the day, just usual taking care of kids, but having potato and cabbage pasties for dinner! And beer, deffinitely beer!
I plan on making Irish Soda Bread & drinking a beer! :) It's not a big holiday for me, but I'll partake in carbs & alcohol...
I will be working on a project for school all day. And then Bingo at the old folk's home that night.
I'm a nursing student so my plans will be to STUDY! I'll be in clinical all day wearing purple scrubs - but I have red hair, so maybe I'll be all right. :P
Wearing lots o'green and attempting to eat only green things all day! :)
I already made the Irish Soda bread from this site so I am have a leg up on the day. I'll be working, but by day's end I will grab a Guinness and look for a leprechaun and when I say leprechaun, I mean my husband. :)
In the morning, I will be leading my son's preschool party in making their own blarney stones while wearing leprechaun hats. Then I have to get to my other 2 son's school to start setting up for the Spring Book Fair and fill cookbook pre-orders for our school's family cookbook that just came in. Later, after bringing the kids home from Spanish class, I will attempt to make a meatless, vegan friendly "Irish" meal for my family. :D
Brunch with my dad and sister then a movie with them tonight.