Monday, March 17, 2008

sham-rogue

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Four leaf clovers are often glimpsed from the corner the eye rather than found by painstakingly combing through every patch.

Because luck is most needed when we are faced with adversity, four leaf clovers are more likely to be found in less accessible areas with poor soil. As hardship often brings out the best in people, the clover plant responds with four leaf clovers.

pyunta Guinness leh duh hull!

ceol 's craic!

6 comments:

Lisa at Greenbow said...

And a Happy St Patricks Day to you too. I like the facts about finding 4-leaf clovers. I don't seem to have luck finding them. I have known people that are good at finding them and do so seemingly effortlessly. How many times do I have to be told to just look for them?? Ha..

KnitChick said...

Now THAT is just the photo of serenity that I needed on this otherwise CHAOTIC day. Green is such a peaceful and restful color. Totally unlike the red usually associated with firedrills...
Thanks!

judy said...

No snow on your banner photo. That is a sign of spring.

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Judy said...

As we are more German than Irish, make mine a Yuengling! I hope you had a great St. Patrick's Day. 3 days until Spring...not that I am counting!!!

Beth S. said...

We used to have a lovely big shamrock plant. I loved it, but the aphids got to it and that was that. :-(

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