Tuesday, 17 March 2009

Happy St Paddy's Day

May the sunshine always brighten your days
and the beauty of Ireland be in your heart.
Happy St Patrick's Day everyone

For those that don't know, my Grandfather (Paddy) was Irish, and my Granny was Scottish! Spring has come to life in my garden with all my daffodils smiling their sunny faces one by one and the little scillas as bright as the bluest sky.





Don't forget to pop by my Easter Sale in my Etsy store. Click on the Etsy images to the left. I've started a new bear in a gorgeous alpaca, so pop back soon to see him. hugs, Catherine x

9 comments:

The Victorian Parlor said...

Your flowers are beautiful! Happy St. Patrick's day!

glograbear said...

i luv Ur spring flowers!!
New e-mail address,haviland49@yahoo.com
I'm going by grandmabear to match my blog name,instead of glograbear.
My Flickr account will still be in glograbear's name.
We got our wings clipped, cut my hubbies salary,company wide. No money for extra things.

wendy said...

those flowers look just super!

Happy St. Patrick's Day.

:) Wendy

Charity Childs-Gevero said...

such beautiful, beautiful blossom flowers...!!!

:)

Tina { Luphia Loves... } said...

the flowers are so so pretty! wish i have a garden! :)

adalex72 said...

Hi Catherine, thanks for stopping by my way. Your drawings are amazing, I may have to treat myself! Your photos are very nice, what camera do you use? I am needing to get a better one, as my pictures are coming out very poor.

Tracy said...

These signs of spring are delightful, Catherine! And fun hearing a bit of your Irish heritage. :o) I bought some narcissi yesterday, having them sitting on the windowsill in a pot...any day now they will bloom...Happy weekend, my friend ((HUGS))

Julia said...

I love spring bulbs!!! Are they not the best! Thanks for visiting from the blog party! :)

Plumblossom said...

Thanks for having left a comment on my blog. I noticed your beautiful art on Etsy even before it was mentioned on Belle&Boo.
There are some very nice photos here. La Provence and Kent particularly caught my eyes.