Wednesday, March 17, 2010

Nil Se'n La

That is Irish for "seize the day." And I hope you do...and are wearin' your green!

May luck walk beside you,

may hope fill your heart,

and may happiness always meet you
along the way.

Everyone gets to be Irish today. Dick's family is Irish/English. Mine is English, with rumors of Scot/Irish thrown in, but I haven't documented that yet.

Do you have any real Irish blood in your veins?


Joy said...

We do think alike. I "borrowed" that same blessing to put on my Facebook status today. And yes, I'm wearing my green. Shirt and socks! Don't know if I have Irish blood but there's Welsh for sure, and English - Celtic for sure. I have a button that says "Irish at Heart" but couldn't find it this morning...oh, well. Hugs...

Linda said...

Oops! Forgot to put on some green - better go find a pair of green socks at least!

I'm not sure if there is any Irish in my family at all though I've been married to a McCann and a Doughty so all of my kid are a bit Irish.

Besides, you don't have to be Irish to enjoy a big ole' plate of corned beef which I plan on doing later!

A Happy St. Patty's Day to you and yers!

Barb said...

Uh oh... no green! Gray and black. Is that unlucky?

Big Irish hugs xo Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Sandee said...

I've not a clue what I am. I'm going to say Heinz 57. I know there is a hint of Cherokee, but that's all I know.

Have a terrific day and a very happy St. Patrick's Day. Big hugs. :)

ivana said...

Auguri a tutti gli Irlandesi!

Cara Sandy!!!
It's very important to know and respect our own roots and rigins!!!

Have a great Saint Patrick's Day!!!!

Haley D. said...

Ansley had the great idea to grab some green Mardi Gras beads to wear with our outfits today! We couldn't find any corned beef and cabbage at any of the local restaurants :( but we did enjoy a kielbasa, potatoes, and spinach dish.