Thursday, March 16, 2017

The Blogging O' The green

We were at a science museum, and they were setting up for a banquet. The front door was wide open, and the wind was blowing in.

Green fairies in the night.


Fish Plate

A Green Ride

What do you get when you cross poison ivy with a four-leaf clover?  A rash of good luck. 

“Take a lesson from the fig tree. From the moment you notice its buds form, the merest hint of green, you know summer’s just around the corner.”
Mark 13

“May the God of green hope fill you up with joy, fill you up with peace, so that your believing lives, filled with the life-giving energy of the Holy Spirit, will brim over with hope!”
Romans 15


Ruth Hiebert said...

The wind causes the tablecloths to create patterns and that looks good. That is also a lot go green, especially for me, being someone who doesn't care for green a whole lot.

Hootin' ♥ Anni said...

I'm sure we could all use a dose of that 'rash' !!

Love all the greens here today Ginny. And I like the cute 'twist' on words with your blog title.

Top o' the Morning!!!

Tamago said...

Wonderful green photos! I love the pretty green fairies and the fish plate! Happy St Patrick's Day :-)

Sandra said...

he he he on rash of good luck. love that wagon and those faries are so cute.. they sure did the green thing right with those table clothes..

Shug said...

A rash of good luck.....that is cute. wow...lots of green, but that's the big color for St. Patrick's day. Green is truly a beautiful color and I think it is a color that brings happiness.... Happy St. Patrick's day...

Cheryl @ TFD said...

The best green is the green of grass and leaves in summer! Can't wait to get rid of all this brown stuff. :) It is beginning to come up now. Love the "rash of good luck". haha! Have a fun day!

Ann Thompson said...

LOL a rash of good luck...I love it
The shamrock pins in my post today are easy to make. I used a felt flower idea I saw on pinterest then just altered it a little to make it a shamrock

Carla from The River said...

LOL a rash of good luck.
You are so fun!
Happy St. Paddy's Day to you.

photowannabe said...

Yes Ginny, the wisteria is ours. We have 3 short stubby bushes that last week were 3 short stubby twigs. Its amazing what a little warm sunshine can do!

Nancy Chan said...

Green is very pleasing to the eyes. Happy St.Patrick's day!

DawnTreader said...

Oh, that wind blowing in... Could have ruined all the hard work with setting the tables... :)