Wednesday, March 12, 2014

St. Paddy's Day Blog Crawl at Cuisine Kathleen!



It's that time of year to toast and cheer
Cabbage and beef and lots of beer!




Time once more to visit Kathleen
at her blog hop where the scene is definitely green!

Where Alma, Pat and Denise par-tay
I sure hope this linky will never go away




For me this year I must hang loose
For without a lap top I am a cooked goose!

But a toast can be made, for that I am sure
I hope I have not been too much of a bore!

Started "spring cleaning", beginning with me
Perhaps this year I will get it all done, finally!




Eat, drink, and be merry!





Happy Saint Patrick's Day to all!  Every one is a wee bit Irish that day, so heed the call!!  Joining Cuisine Kathleen for the crawl!

xo

Photos courtesy of Pinterest, except for green smoothie, courtesy of Trader Joe's and me

52 comments:

  1. You're good, Barbara. Love the poem. So clever.

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  2. Very cute, Barbara!! Love the very first part - lots of Irish beer sounds good to me - lol!! Happy St. Pat's!!

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  3. Love your poem Barbara! Cabbage and beef and lots of beer sounds like a great way to celebrate!

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  4. I love your poem, Barbara! And that Irish hottie too :). I love watching Once Upon A Time and how the villains eventually find their good side.

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  5. Oh Barbara, such a cute poem!! I loved your Irish blessing at the end. xo

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  6. I'll have a big ole plate of #1 please! Soooo looking forward to dinner on Sunday:@)

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  7. Cute poem, Barbara! Looking forward to that St. Patrick's Day meal! xo

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  8. Sounds like you're ready to celebrate with great verve! I've only had corn beef one time. I was allergic to something in the meal and ended up in the hospital emergency room. Maybe it's been long enough that I could try it again! Thanks for the poem and the Irish Blessing. Cherry Kay

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  9. Great job Barbara! The food looks yummy and I loved the poem! Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  10. I'll drink to that! heehee! A fun post and holiday! Enjoy your week my friend! Hugs!

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  11. Like your hot irish men photo. very cute! The poem is well written and perfect for this post. I hope your meal of cabbage and corn beef is delicious Have a great March 17th!

    Pam

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  12. Well look at you being such a wordsmith lol! I love it :-) Too much fun buddy! And thanks for the Irish candy ;-)

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  13. So fun! So cute.

    - Alma, The Tablescaper

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  14. Your first picture is making me drool! We are having our annual corned beef and cabbage meal this Sunday...yum!

    Aren't you the poet, Barbara? Impressive! :D

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  15. I enjoyed the poetry Barbara! Glad you included that Irish cutie ;o) xo

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  16. Oh man, I'm in your poem Barbara! I'm pumped! :-D This is a FUN post! The food looks good, the Irish guy is CUTE, and the Irish blessing is so sweet. I'll be so glad when you have a new laptop, my friend.

    Big Irish Hugs to You,

    Denise at Forest Manor

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  17. Good to see you post Barbara! Very cute, and please pass me a plate...it looks so good.

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  18. Cute - love the poem!

    Happy Saint Pats!

    Leann

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  19. Barbara, that plate of corned beef and veggies is making me very hungry! Yummy...and I see someone also likes lots of pepper!

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  20. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you. Clever poem!

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  21. What a fun post...and the meal looks awesome.
    Happy Green...
    xo

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  22. Cute poem!! Love the Old Irish Blessing~
    Jenna

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  23. Oh yum I love cabbage and corned beef. Your poem is cute!

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  24. I have not had breakfast yet and your corned beef and cabbage is making me oh so hungry. Love that poem too you talented girl.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

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  25. Hot Irish Men, eh? I'm in. Ha Ha.
    I don't think I've ever visited this blog hop, but you sure do make it sound like fun.
    I did buy my corned beef and cabbage this week in anticipation of the big day.

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  26. Happy St. Paddy's Day, Barbara!. That Irish dish is mouth watering...Christine

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  27. Oh that corned beef and cabbage looks so good! Happy St. Paddy's Day!
    Miss Bloomers

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  28. Looks a nice meal.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  29. Top o' the morning to you Barbara!
    xo

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  30. Corned beef and cabbage...yum yum..
    Have a great holiday..
    Love, Mona

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  31. Are you a fan of OUAT? = D

    That was a lot of fun and very creative!

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  32. I am ready to 'crawl' with you this year!! Hugs, Linda

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  33. Fun poem! Your corned beef meal looks delish. Happy St. Pat's Day!!

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  34. The poem is very lovely. Have a " pink" week end
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  35. I'm craving for corn beef and cabbage right now! Such fun post and a clever poem. Happy St. Pat's Day.
    Hugs,
    FABBY

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  36. Yes, I know, I've seen some gorgeous black Irish men! Pretty and fun poem too my friend, thank you for sharing. Craving for the corn beef and cabbage, wish I had some right now!!!
    Enjoy St. Pat's Day soon.
    FABBY

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  37. Sounds like we are having similar thoughts. Corned beef, cabbage and beer....it doesn't get any better.

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  38. Lovely poem and of course Irish food is always yummy. I personally don't like beer, so I will skip that. Happy St. Patrick's day. Enjoy your weekend. xoxo

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  39. You are funny, Barbara! Thanks so much for taking the time to do this with all your computer woes!
    Now send me your recipe for rice balls. I want to make them for St. Joe's Day.
    Thanks so much for taking part in the 6th annual St. Pat's Bog Crawl! Slainte'!

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  40. Uh, I'm sorry. I didn't read anything else after the Hot Irish Man!!!!!!!! :-)

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  41. Hmmm, yum! Eating that meal with that hottie would be fun, lol....Christine

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  42. Cute poem. Love the pictures. Happy St. Patrick's Day! Hope you get that corned beef and cabbage dinner.

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  43. Dearest Barbara;
    Oh; I LOVED to read the 'Irish Blessing"♡♡♡ Yummy looking dinner, I wonder if you are having now:-)
    Hope you are not going to be too busy for the spring cleaning and so on, Take Care and have a wonderful new week♪

    Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*

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  44. I totally missed Kathleen's St. Pat's link up date and posted late. My grandsons had croup and I was helping my daughter-in-law--such a busy week! I always knew Irish men were good looking ---lol---but an Italian won my heart! Happy St. Patrick's Day and Happy St. Joseph's Day, Barbara!

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  45. No corned beef and cabbage for us this year, we were very ready to get back to some healthy stuff after almost 2 weeks of restaurant eating and too many cupcakes! It sure looks good though!

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  46. The corned beef certainly looks marvelous, much prettier that mine. I think Irish blessings are wonderful at anytime of the year and this one is especially lovely.The young Irish lad in the picture looks amazingly like my youngest son. I had to take a double look!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

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  47. Hope you had a nice St. Patrick's Day, Barbara, and hope you get your laptop fixed soon. I miss your posts! That corned beef and cabbage meal looks delish! I usually make one but didn't do it this year. Have a lovely week, Barbara.

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  48. What a wonderful poem! Such talent. Your images are a delight too.

    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  49. Well here I am, peeking out from the St. Patty's day mist to finally visit folks around blog land. I'm not sure what I 'thought" the past few weeks would be like, but they weren't anything like I expected.

    Of course they weren't. Nothing is ever as I expect it to be. It's apparently a rule.

    Anyway, though late I do hope you had a nice St. Patty Day and are having a nicer spring. I haven't even watched the news enough to know what your weather is like up there. I hope you are thawing out!!

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  50. Barb,
    Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet words!!

    Hugs,
    Debbie

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  51. Hi lovely lady.
    I am been missing you. I hope you are doing well and have a wonderful Easter with your family!!
    God Bless.
    ~ Diane

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