Happy St. Patrick’s Day!

Kevin Garnett

What better way to wish you all a happy and lucky day than by sharing a pic. I took of Kevin Garnett when he came in to town to play the Nuggets. Get it? Boston Celtics…clover on the back…green uniform…

My love for KG deserves it’s own post, but has origins back in 2002 when hubby invited me to participate in his Fantasy Basketball League. Anyone with him on their Fantasy League has to fall in love, because he’s got mad skillz.

Anyway, this isn’t about KG, it’s about St. Patrick’s Day, and we all here chez Child’s Play can’t wait to see what the Leprechaun does while we’re sleeping.

Usually he creates havoc by overturning chairs, turning anything liquidy-ish green (milk, sour cream, yogurt, the mashed potatoes we’ve already made for our traditional shepherd’s pie), sticking crepe paper on everyone’s doors so they have to break through in the morning, and leaving behind a video game and a box of Lucky Charms cereal.

This year he’s also bringing about 8 inches of snow with him. Thanks for that!

Before the snow covered everything over with a blanket of white, I noticed that my tulips were starting to push through the ground. Pretty soon we’ll be doing more of this:

But for now we’ll celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by eating green, wearing green and thinking green…but seeing white.


2 Responses

  1. Sports babe.

  2. […] years ago, I blogged about St. Patrick’s Day but got sidetracked by my love of Kevin Garnett, you can read it here. Possibly related posts: (automatically generated)Happy Fourth of July!Grace in Small Things […]

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