Happy St Patrick's Day
It's still St Patrick's Day here for a few more hours -- and in points further west. So I wish you the joy of the day.
My youngest granddaughter who believes in the joy of holidays, thinks it's a celebration in honor of one of her uncles.
Her dad says that all day long she's been telling everyone she meets, "Happy Uncle Patrick's Day!"
Sounds like a good idea to me.
I wish you the same, whether your name is Patrick or not.
I hope to be more timely in my blogging now that my mother is situated in an assisted living apartment and not moving from place to place on a nearly weekly basis, and I am not coughing my head off.
Next week I'm off to New York for a wedding. I'd actually forgotten because I'd made the reservations ages ago. I usually spend time ahead looking for things that will be going on in the city before I go. This time I made reservations to see one play back when I bought my plane ticket. And then life got interesting and I never got a chance to see what else might be happening.
If you have suggestions for things happening in the city now, please comment and let me know. Even if you haven't been there, but have ideas of good stuff to do, I'd love to hear about it. I've been to NYC lots of times, but there's always more to see and do than I ever have time for.
Suggest! I'd appreciate it. And you might well win one of the books in this week's Great Book Give-Away.