Thursday, March 17, 2022

Top ‘O the Mornin’ to Ya! #ThursdayDoors

Happy St Patrick’s Day to you all! In keeping with the theme of the day as well as it being #Thursday Doors, I decided to combine the two and share some Irish inspired photos which do include some doors. I hope everyone has some rainbows in their day. Be sure to hop over to Dan Antion’s blog to see more great doors and meet some amazing bloggers.

I tink you’ll find yer green in there as well.

This season is almost past us now as we move into the dry weather.

Aha! Doors to the casitas. 

That balcony is also where Bello and Bella get their treats.

One of the hotels around our little neighborhood. 

What kind of St Patrick’s Day would it be without potatoes? 😱 This Andouille smoke sausage pan seared with seasoned potatoes was simple delish! 

St Patrick wasn’t Irish! He was British. 
I know I’ve played this song in recent times, but today this version, sung by these fine women, seems appropriate. πŸ€


  1. Lovely post for St Pat's, Cheryl. I am so hungry right now for brats and potatoes - that has to happen soon. I love the photos you sahr from your area - it's so very pretty.

  2. Ugh, that was supposed to end with I love the photos you share from your area, they are so very pretty. I accidentally dragged the "sign out" button into the comment box.

    1. Haha! I figured it was a technical error. Much like most of my typing.

  3. Rainbows are the jewels the rain bring.

  4. Rainbows are the jewels that heaven hands out. Love the pictures.

  5. Love the yellow hotel and the food looks delish. We had our corned beef and potatoes and tonight I'll be making corned beef hash, which we like even better. :-)


  6. Hi Janet. It sounds like you have the Irish foos traditions covered. πŸ˜‰When I was growing up my Mom made corned beef and potato stew. It was a dish using canned corned beef, tomatoes and potatoes. It was simple but good. .


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