Thursday, March 17, 2011

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Hope you are wearing your green today. My yard sure has its green on!



Have you ever noticed that everyone wants to be Irish on St. Patrick's Day? My grandmother had a little Irish blood in her, so I guess that qualifies me. What do you think?

On a different note: Some of you have asked me about Carson's music. We are still waiting for the final full band production of her two songs. Those should be finished by next week and then she will go back to the studio to record her final vocals. After that, her songs should be available on itunes. If you want to have a sneak peak of one of her songs, feel free to visit her youtube channel. She is looking for more subscribers to her channel and would love for you to subscribe if you do that sort of thing. She also has a facebook page you can like. Her music really appeals to the "younger" set, so if you have kids or grandkids, have them give it a listen and let her know what they think! Thanks so much for your interest in my sweet girl!!

Hope everyone has a wonderful St. Patrick's Day and a beautiful weekend! Don't forget to wear your green!




8 comments:

From the Kitchen said...

I have some Irish ancestors but the truth is, I like the excuse to have corned beef and cabbage! Best wishes to Carson in her music!

Best,
Bonnie

Dawn said...

So in Love with your green!!!!!!!!!
All I got today was....more white. 2 inches to be precise.
Happy ST.Paddys' day to you:)

Masha said...

Thanks for the good wishes on St. Patrick's Day (my husband is Irish) and good luck to Carson. I hope her songs take off!

The White Farmhouse said...

Happy St Patrick's Day to you! I am going to go and check out Carson on itunes and FB. Everyone is Irish on St Patty's Day!

Paula said...

Happy St. Patrick's Day to you! I've never paid a lot of attention to St. Patrick's Day, I guess because I think I have no Irish blood.

I'm off to check out Carson's music.

Donna said...

My mother's side is 100% Irish so I'm half and half (the other half being Polish!). Happy St. Patrick's day to you. Can you believe that I took a walk in the cemetery where my mom is buried, stopped and talked to her for a bit before going for my walk, and FORGOT to wish her a Happy St. Patrick's Day! After I got home I remembered! Geesh!

I'll definitely check out Carson's tunes and send it along to my girls (ages 21 and 25)! Have a wonderful weekend!

Donna

Allison said...

We did indeed wear green and I do believe we were the only ones in Switzerland!

Joan Elizabeth said...

I have an Irish great-great grandmother but I guess that far back the blood gets a little too diluted to count.