Top o’ the mornin’ to you. Here’s a bit o’ green for your upcoming St. Patrick’s Day…
Okay, technically this cottage is in the Cotswold's...I couldn't find one nearly as charming on Google for Ireland.
You may want to dress up and paint the town red, I mean green!
I'd add the Burberry scarf just in case it's cool outside.
You'll want to take your bag, green beer isn't free.
I've never had this drink, but it's so much prettier than green beer, right?
I’ve always wanted to visit Ireland…I’ve been to England several times and just never managed to get to Ireland (bucket list #5).
Maybe you just want to keep it casual...
Hey, not that I own green UGG’s but these would be comfortable for an evening at home.
Maybe you'd rather stay home with your best friend, Reilly, the Irish Wolfhound (not to be confused with the Deerhound that just won Best of Breed at Westminster Dog Show.
Curl up by the fire with a little Irish tea...
...have a few friends over for Irish Stew
Whatever you do have a Bonnie St. Paddy’s Day!
Linda Coble said:
Thanks for such an uplifting and lovely post. Loved the Cotswold cottage — looks just like our friend, Tom Caldwell’s work! Happy St. Paddy’s Day to you too!
I thought of Tom Caldwell’s charming paintings too! Have a bonnie St. Paddy’s Day.
Content in a Cottage said:
Bonnie…Thanks for stopping by the cottage to comment. You certainly have a lovely post for St. Patrick’s Day. Hope yours is Bonnie too.
Thank you! Have a lovely weekend…spring is on its way!
Valerie @ Chateau A La Mode said:
Hi Karen, I love the St. Patty’s Day ideas. Very fun.
Thank you. The best thing about St. Patrick’s Day is that spring is just a few days away!
Belated St. Patrick’s day to you, Karen. Loved the bit o’ Irish in your post. We celebrated with corned beef and cabbage, but we skipped the green beer!
Since I prepared Irish Stew I’m still hungry for corned beef, may have to fix some soon.
Thanks for stopping by.