Good Monday morning, my friends! I hope your weekend was everything you wanted it to be. Friday night, we did indeed head to our favorite parish fish fry, and Flynn was kind enough to allow me to snap a selfie before we left! We took our pastor's lovely mother with us and had the best time visiting with her. She is the most beautiful person and just sent me a photo yesterday when she visited my mom.
Is this not the most beautiful photo?
The storm did indeed arrive and brought snow and wind with it. We were left with four inches of spring snow and some frigid temperatures when it was said and done. That meant days inside with my book and my throw blanket, which did not bother me at all. This week brings St. Patrick's Day! I have a few touches of green and gold around, including two favorite Yankee Candle scents, Lucky Shamrock and Emerald Isle. I hope my friend Peggy is reading, because she is a fan of the candles too!
Have a cozy Monday, my friends!
I am heading to get some color in my hair and then back home for school, dinner, and The Bachelor, which promises the first night of "The Most Dramatic Finale Ever." Lol!
You always make me smile, Billie Jo. I hope you have a beautiful day friend.ReplyDelete
Everything looks so nice. The snow passed us by but the frigid temperatures did not so I spent the weekend snug and warm at home.ReplyDelete
Have a great week!!
Your St Patrick's decorations look so nice. I love seeing how you celebrate the holidays. Have a good week, Billie Jo!ReplyDelete
awww - that first pic - just sweet joyReplyDelete
Love all your St Patty's decorations! I love me some green!
Such a sweet photo of the ladies. 💕 I'm ready for the "most shocking" finale ever too! What a hot mess this season has been. Apparently, he wasn't thinking clearly on the fantasy suite date nights. 😬 lolReplyDelete
Sounds like the perfect weekend! Love you St. Patrick's Day decor. Hope you have a wonderful week.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a perfect weekend! And the picture of your sweet mom and your pastor's mom is so sweet. ❤️ReplyDelete
Those cookies remind me that I want to make some shamrock cookies. Don't know when that is going to happen.... maybe tonight?ReplyDelete
I just adore the photo of your mother and your pastor's mother! So sweet. Your home looks all ready for St Patrick's Day! Have a great week ahead.ReplyDelete
That is a lovely picture of your mom and your pastor's mom. So sweet. You can feel love love. I also love the picture of you and your husband at the beach. That's a keeper. I bet that green candle smells so good! The little teacups with shamrocks on them are so fun. As always, your decorations are the best, no matter what the holiday. Have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
Such a sweet selfie of the two of you, and then such a sweet picture of the pastor's mother and your mom, oh so precious! Love the little touches of green about your home. We enjoyed corn beef brisket already twice this past week, once at home, and once at church... and now, lots of leftovers :) My daughter's birthday is on St. Patrick's Day :) Have a blessed and wonderful week!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness, you've reminded me that St. Patrick's Day is this week. I like to make a loaf of Irish Soda Bread for the day, and I also have a friend (in the nursing home) who's birthday is the 17th! I like your cute St. Patrick decorations. :)ReplyDelete
I always enjoy reading your posts and seeing your photos to get a glimpse into your life. It reminds me of walking at night and glimpsing through windows. Enjoy our week!💖ReplyDelete
I love the picture of your mom. I miss mine.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a wonderful weekend. Nothing beats cosying up in this frigid weather.ReplyDelete
I love the touches of green for St. Patty's Day!!! Really pretty. Gorgeous after-the-snow photos. So glad that you are enjoying these days and I hope you continue to do so throughout the upcoming week!!! God bless.ReplyDelete
I think the picture of your mother and the pastors wife is truly beautiful. I am like you when cold weather comes you will find me under a blanket all cozy and reading a book. As always, I enjoy visiting your blog. Hugs to you my friend. ~JuliReplyDelete
Wonderful pictures. Love all the St. Patrick's day decorations in your post photos as well. You always have the most interesting sounding candles going. Hope you are having a wonderful week so far!ReplyDelete
It's nice to see a picture of you and Flynn! I love your haircut and color by the way. I have an appointment for color and a good trim in three weeks and I'm looking forward to it. I love the sweet picture of your mom. She looks happy. I honestly didn't decorate at all for St. Patrick's day, but I've always loved this holiday. I thought Charlotte might be born on St. Patrick's day but decided to make her appearance two days later. Green is my favorite color and I've always wanted to visit Ireland. I'll probably make sausage with cabbage and potatoes or maybe a shepherd's pie. Anyway, hope you are having a great week!ReplyDelete
Hello Dear lovely Lady! Well hopefully the snow won't last long and there will be lots of sunshine ahead. But snuggly time is always nice too. That pic of your Mom and the pastor's Mom is beautifully precious. 😍ReplyDelete
Love your bits 'O the Irish around. Perfect touches! And both of those candles sound perfect. I went straight to Spring this year and didn't get out my St. Paddy's things. But I'm Irish so I'll acknowledge Thursday in some way. 😉 Have a blessed rest of your week.
Beautiful pictures, your Mom is gorgeous with her friend, the snow picture is SO pretty and of course all of your St. Patrick's Day decorations. Your home is always festive for the occasions on the calendar:) Have a blessed day dear friend, HUGS!ReplyDelete
I love to see that coffee corner of yours. It's so charming. Emerald Isle Candle! Oh, I would love to get one. Emerald is my birthstone. Your snow is so pretty, and I never tire of seeing snow pictures. That's such a dear picture of your Mom. And those little St. Patrick's Day figurines are too cute. This was a delightful post, Billie Jo. And a cute photo of you and Flynn.ReplyDelete
Your photos are stunning. I need to try those scents : )ReplyDelete