Monday, March 16, 2009

Ruby Tuesday Celebrates St. Patrick's Day

I found some wonderful green while visiting a town near me.

I'm so glad Mary suggested this. Make sure to visit the other Ruby Tuesday'ers at Mary's place - WORK OF THE POET.






34 comments:

pink dogwood said...

being awfully quiet today?

Dianne said...

LOL !!!!
I hit the wrong key and it published a blank post

Pagan Sphinx said...

Nor blank anymore! Great examples of the festivities around your town. Happy Tuesday tomorrow!

dot said...

Looks like your town goes all out for St. Patricks Day. Very festive!

Cherie said...

How cute! And besides, I think that most of those have some red hidden here and there any way. :)

Jeri said...

Love your shots - this town is ready for St.Patty's Day!

Jan said...

Wow, your town is really decked out. Fun post.

Carletta said...

What terrific finds Dianne!
I love the three windows and that sail with the shamrocks and celtic knots.
I'm wondering if you should go back next week and see it that store is transformed to an Easter one.
I bet the green beer will be flowing in this town. :)

Terri said...

Wow, your town really goes all out for St Pat's day. I love those windows. Have a happy one!

Manz said...

Happy St Pat's Day!! Looks like the town has some fun with it :)

Kay Dennison said...

Erin go bragh!!!!! :)

Catherine said...

It'll be very quiet and calm in this city this evening !

It couldn't be more Irish. Good choice, Dianne.

Daryl said...

Very festive ... Slainte!

Jew Wishes said...

Great photos, so festive and colorful.

Linda said...

You definitely got some great green shots - looks like your town is all decked out for the holiday!

May the luck o' the Irish be with you all day through!

HalfCrazy said...

It's cool that a lot of people still celebrate St. Patrick's after all these years! I especially like the green flag things clinging to trees and plants.

Felisol said...

This was what I hoped to see. A beautiful decorated town in memory of St. Patrick and Ireland.
From Felisol

ilanadavita said...

Some folks take Saint Patrick's Day very seriously in your area. Nice series of shots!

Leora said...

Love that last pic with the three windows and the three clovers.

pink dogwood said...

I love the last picture too :)

Ralph said...

Is seems so true, but shamrocks well...rock! What a beautiful town, done up so nicely in green. Perfect for such a day, said as our corned beef briskets are simmering awaiting the parsnips, carrots, etc. and a fine rye bread with mustard. A day to celebrate, and the kids are here and Patti's mom will be too. You bring out the holidays!

storyteller said...

What a lovely array of Irish greenery for today's unique Ruby Tuesday ;--)
Hugs and blessings,

Frank Baron said...

...and may the wind be always at your back.

Tink *~*~* said...

Hey there! Looks like someone's town is getting ready for a big parade! ♣

Happy Tuesday,
Tink *~*~*

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ces said...

wow those are nice decors!:) happy St. Patrick's Day!

napaboaniya said...

I'm seeing a beautiful street filled with St.Patrick's beautiful greens all around :)

Connie said...

They really decorated in green there.

Tina said...

that is so nice. i love it when people celebrate special events by decorating everything!

lv2scpbk said...

Looks like everyone decorated for St. Patty's Day. I love the last photo with the Samrocks in the windows and the big green bows. The flowers in the middle make it all stand out.

maryt/theteach said...

Wow, Dianne, your town (I assume it's your town) goes all out for St. Patrick's Day! I love it! :)

citizen of the world said...

They should change their name to Emerald Tuesday on that day.

ROSIDAH said...

LOL. I love pink dogwoods comment on the empty post ;). These photos look like a lot of fun. The last photo with the three windows is looking so cute. The people in your town are very creative. Best wishes.

Dianne said...

thanks everyone for all the wonderful comments - buried with paperwork so I couldn't respond one on one as usual

bobbie said...

Yes, and makes interesting shadows as well.