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Thursday, March 23, 2006

St. Patrick's Day

A bunch of friends came over to celebrate St. Patrick's Day this weekend (I know it was on Friday, but we all got together on Saturday) Everybody brought "green" things. Tara made this great green caterpillar cake (which she named Danny - FYI - you should never name something you are going to eat) Monkey really enjoyed having company over, he even got some cake! (yes, that is an "Irish" shot glass in his hand!)

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Charlie really got in on the action too!

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We had all sorts of green goodies... too much actually. I have a fridge full of green leftovers.
Dying your food green is great, in theory, but when you leave it in your fridge for a few days, it's kinda scary... Why scary? Well, its hard to tell if its just regular green or moldy green... ew.

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We even had some green prizes... new green Juicy Fruit Gum, A green "computer brush/pen" bird-type-thingy?, a green Jumbo Push Pop, and a green freezer mug. (Artfully displayed in the "showcase")
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Prizes were awarded for winning video games... and Paul won a prize for discovering that if you throw green napkins in the fire (we have a fire-pit in our backyard) it makes super-cool green flames! (we wasted a LOT of napkins!!!)


  • I love monkey and his adventures. What a great idea for St Pat's day. Very creative and ingenious. I will have to remember that for next year.

    By Anonymous Sherri, at 10:53 a.m.  

  • Great big gobs of gooy green.....leftovers!

    The ones sent home with 'J' didn't make it through the next day.

    Umm, how come he didn't come home with CAKE? You know we would have helped you eat it up.

    By Blogger Marlene, at 5:15 p.m.  

  • Oh, I totally agree about the dangers of naming things. That named cake would still be living on my dining room table, I'm afraid, uncut and fiercely protected.

    Looks like a great celebration. I love all the green prizes in the showcase.

    And nice to see Monkey getting into the spirit, too.

    By Anonymous Sarah R, at 6:43 a.m.  

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