The Prayer of St. Patrick
The strength of God pilot us. The wisdom of God instruct us. The hand of God protect us. The word of God direct us.
Many of us are of Ireland ancestry. Saint Patrick was a fifth century Romano-British missionary and bishop in Ireland. Known as the Apostle of Ireland, he is the primary patron saint of Ireland. A little celebration of our heritage…
Every year on March 17, we bring out the shamrocks and gold.
A little table set celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. I do love the shamrock placemats that I found at the Dollar Store.
It will be corn beef and cabbage on this St. Patrick’s Day.
Looking for anything green, I found these cute stacked boxes.
I always try to add something that belonged to Mother on each post. She loved this angel because Dad gifted it to her. It is one of my prized possessions.
Maddie, you are the pot of gold at the end of my rainbow.
May God give you for every storm, a rainbow. For every tear, a smile. For every care, a promise. And a blessing in each trial. For every problem life sends, a faithful friend to share. For every sign, a sweet song. And an answer for each prayer. Old Irish Blessing
Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2021 Dianne
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Dianne, what a lovely St.Patrick’s Day post. You have set a wonderful table, but your Maddie is the star. She has really grown and I know she brings you much joy! Enjoy your day!