Saturday, March 14

Some of my favorite 'Irish' things

If you know me (pretty much at all) then you will know that I love all things British! So, in celebration of St. Patty's Day, I thought I might do a Top 10 list of my favorite Irish things.

Since I can't really say that I love one thing more than another, I'm just putting up 10 things, in no particular order.

My dear friend Stephen
ok, so technically, he's at the top, but from here on down, they are in no particular order
:)
Yes, this is not Stephen, but he brought it from Ireland for me.

Riverdance
I've been three times and it is defnitely my favorite show!

Celtic Women
Don't have pictures yet, but I'm going to a show in a few weeks!

My bodhran drum
(a special gift brought home to me by my sweet friend, Nancy)

My belleek pottery


My Donegal candy dish
(I don't know why, but I can't get this picture to turn around...)


My Thomas Joseph prints





U2
This is my t-shirt and program from the Elevation concert my brother and I went to, with Stephen, as well as a program he gave me from the Vertigo tour!

4 small, special plates from Nancy


My Celtic Knot/heart necklace
It was a bridesmaid gift from my sister

And here's an extra one, for good measure - Oxalis
(otherwise known as 3-leafed clovers)
And don't forget to join in the St. Patrick's day fun at JanMary's blogging carnival. You're bound to have fun and you might even win a beautiful Irish prize or make a new friend!



4 comments:

JanMary said...

Love your list of irish loves.

Been to Belleek pottery a number of times. It is in Co Fermanagh, which is where I was born.

Love the Thomas Joseph prints - they sell them in our local museum shop.

My brother plays the bodhran, amoung other insstruments.

So when are you booking your trip to visit Ireland?

JanMary said...

Me again!

Thanks for visiting, and I appreciate your prayers.

Anonymous said...

Hi Laura,
I love seeing all of your Irish favorites... You've collected lots of special things over the years.

Luv U,
Mom

Christina said...

Great list! Who doesn't love Irish things? Happy St. Patty's day!

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