How I Celebrated St. Patrick’s Day

If you read my recent post about March, you already know how I feel about St. Patrick’s Day. It’s not that I hate it or anything, I just find to be a holiday I don’t really relate to. I do, however, love to eat (evidenced by my ever-expanding waistline). So I have to say that I enjoyed attending my friend Jody’s Irish Feast last weekend. She is Irish, both genealogically and symbolically. I have to credit her for giving me something to now look forward to about St. Paddy’s Day! (Just as long as I don’t have to make green food or try to replicate her corned beef.)

Yesterday, though? The real St. Patrick’s Day? How did I celebrate?

I took down my Nativity scene and snowmen in the living room. And I started taking down my Christmas lights and garland on the porch. (Finished that up this morning.)

Isn’t that how everyone celebrates?

Seems like kind of a shame, however, considering there are only 281 days left until next Christmas. Maybe I should’ve just left them up?

What about you? How did you celebrate?

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2 thoughts on “How I Celebrated St. Patrick’s Day”

  1. Boogers & Burps huh! lol, love it! I’m not so into St. Patty’s Day either, but Jody certainly knows how to celebrate it the way it should be done!

  2. I have to say that I don’t connect with St. Patrick’s Day either. My kids can’t wait to get downtown to the parade and I can’t wait to just hole up for the day. What I actually did (since the weather was so gorgeous) was clean the dog poop that accumulated in the back yard over the winter. Now that was a pretty exciting project!
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