My Irish blessing to you and yours.
For each petal on the shamrock
This brings a wish your way --
Good health, good luck and happiness
For today and every day.
I am not Irish at least I do not think so. I am a little everything, not sure if Irish is involved though. I know I am German, Indian, Swedish, and probably a few other things but whenever I ask my mom this question she doesn't seem to know, so I assume that I am NOT.
This does not mean that I am not wearing green today.
Two reasons I am wearing green:
1. Kelly Green is my favorite color
2. I do not like to be pinched. It is actually one of my least favorite things. Tickle me all day, but do NOT pinch me.
Can you tell I was picked on by my older brother when I was little? HA!
Last night's, dinner was way way way better than Monday night's.
Although, that beautiful bag of chocolate covered pomegranates did end up in the dogs' water bowl last night. Ugh, why do I have the drops. So annoying.
I was cleaning out the pantry since today is trash day and the darn bag flew out from nowhere and fell into the dog bowl splashing water everywhere.
The worst part, A said "what did you do now?". What? So he thinks I am breaking everything these days.
I don't not know what's going on.
Do you ever feel like rushing or focusing too much causes you to fall, slip, break, drop something?
Please tell me I am not the only one.....
I made a not-so-homeade soup last night. So good. I found this recipe in my Women's Day Magazine I bought on Monday. It was so easy. The reason it was arguably homemade is because I bought a rotisserie chicken at the store and used that meat for the soup. Everything else was all me.
Aaron liked it and so did I. Aaron says I need a bell to ring when I make new recipes. Well, really a horn. He says I toot my own horn when I make something delish. Why shouldn't I? I made it and it's good. So, there you go. Toot toot.
I added a few extras to the soup and added crushed almonds instead of peanuts. So good!
Here's a picture of the result. Yum Yum.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!