Green pancakes to begin the day.
A couple of banshees.
Goofy floral I picked up in the grocery store.
My wild Irish roses heading off to a dance performance for a school. The boy is annoyed he wasn't invited. I then cancelled the rest of his school day and sent him outside. His mood improved greatly.
Shepherds pie. It didn't get made yesterday.
The wee ones are asleep and it's time to relax.
I wasn't able to take a picture of the soda bread, it disappeared that quickly but I'll be making more tomorrow. I'll also be making the Artisan bread that has been sweeping blogland. Friday. Probably not until Friday. So many things to bake and so little time.
I hope you all had a festive and lovely day.
Happy Saint Patrick's Day!
Feisty Irish Wench says
I lack a key ingredient in my kitchen to make the soda bread. Yea, I’m lacking the SODA – go figure.
I don’t comment much about it, but need to say: you have such a beautiful family and I so enjoy your pictures of your days.
As for the bread: YES! It really is that fabulous and easy. Incidentally, I use a (much cheaper) terracotta planter platter for a baking stone and it works very well. Have fun with all the different varieties!
medieval dresses says
Those green pancakes looks really good.. 🙂
Thanks and Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!
pharmacy online says
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day!!
Please one more post about that.I wonder how you got so good. This is really a fascinating blog, lots of stuff that I can get into. One thing I just want to say is that your Blog is so perfect
magasin new era says
Bonne famille et chaleureuse, comme sur votre blog, j’espère que vous heureux tous les jours.
abercrombie fitch madrid says
Yo no comento mucho al respecto, pero es necesario decir: usted tiene una familia tan hermosa y yo lo disfrute de sus fotos de sus días.
Nike Shoes Online says
Retro wind blowing, toe how less super retro shoes trend-breath?Shoes pandemic Block, also called Oxford shoes, every girl must have shoes this fall, with skirt or pants of FEEL useful.