Ohhhhh sooooo cute an entry!!!And Dear Q, I know your arms are tired from waving your willow branch, to make my snow begone. -sigh- But look! You did it! My Gnome's head is released from his cold Winter snow hibernation!! You do goood work, Girl!!!!! :-)Mari-Nanci
Ohhhh how cute!! Do you celebrate St. Paddy's day? It is actually quite popular here in Canada, and on my way home from lecture today, I could see decorations and green tidbits lining the streets in anticipation for Saturday!
Dear Mari-Nanci,Willow branch waving is good for snow "be gones" in March! In February another approach is needed. When February snows overwhelm me I go south, all the way to where I am comfortable with the top down on my car. Your gnome is very charming. His red hat and cherry cheeks made me smile.Thank you! Any March I will be happy to wave the willow for you.~Q~
Hi French Nest!Yes, I do celebrate St.Paddy's Day!Oh good, you have a parade! We have one every year too. I do not go to the parade as many folks drink way too much green beer and become somewhat obnoxious.I often have a dinner party for friends. We always plant our potatoes on St. Patrick's day and if the ground is workable we put in lettuce and peas. "Top of the 'Morn" to you!~Q~
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