My kids are coming over for dinner, corned beef and cabbage. I’ll be making some fun green drinks and we’ll eat and celebrate being together and surrounded by green. I’ll post the people photos later! 🙂
I tweaked the table some more before my guests arrived.
My beautiful children, with one missing and Dear is in California till Friday, so dinner for four.
The meal was enjoyed by all…
Photobucket is holding all my photos from 2007-2015 hostage. I’m working on updating my blog posts very slowly.
7 thoughts on “Table is Set for Corned Beef and Cabbage!”
‘Tis a great day to celebrate the former slave who brought the gospel to Ireland. Born in Britain during the rule of Rome, Patrick was captured by Irish raiders and taken to Ireland as a slave. Years later, compelled by the love of God, Patrick returned to Ireland and the Irish responded to the gospel message brought by Patrick. Subsequently, the Irish evangelized much of Britain and Europe as well as literally preserving civilization in the ensuing years. (All this, and whiskey too!) A wonderful history, and I hope this BRIEF glimpse inspires you to delve into this great story.
Wow, that table looks impressive! What a beautiful setting in which to spend time with your kids. Hope you had a great dinner. Happy Easter…
Thanks to “Dear” for the history of Patrick. He truly was an amazing man.
Ellen, I love the light green glass dishes! Enjoy your dinner with your kids!
What a great way to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. Your table setting is lovely. It looks like you all had a great day.
Jan Always Growing
Happy St Patricks Day (for yesterday) from N Ireland.
Your table and food looks wonderful.
I have never eaten corned beef and cabbage in my life, and know no-one who does, but seems very popular in other parts of the world on St Patricks Day!
I have listed some of the local specialities we do enjoy, but none are particlarily associated with 17th March.
It all looks so yummy! I’m not sure anyone sets a table like you!
Those green drinks look delishus!
Love “Dear”‘s input!