Tuesday, March 13, 2012

St. Patrick's Day Blog Hop! Link up Recipes & more


I've been so busy that I didn't get my St. Patrick's Day Linky posted. Several of you asked if I had one so here it is! I love doing these. It helps me gather my recipes into one spot and I LOVE seeing everything that is linked up.

If you link up, I will visit you, make a comment and give you a pin on Pinterest through St. Patrick's Day. So link up anything related to St. Patrick's Day! YES on my blog hop you can link up pinterest post, giveaways, blog hops/links, etc. ANYTHING that is somehow related to St. Patrick's Day! No limit, either :)

Leave a comment and let me know your favorite GREEN item or memory with green! I would say that I have fond memories (ahem) of green beer in college. My best memory is when I was in High School and my marching band got to march in the Chicago St. Patrick's Day parade. It was so cool and fun to see the river colored green.


5 comments:

ButterYum said...

Hi SusieQTpies - thanks for asking me to join your party! Hope you have a great week.

:)
ButterYum

Crunchy Con Mommy said...

Hmmmm....favorite green thing is probably mint chocolate ice cream milkshakes. They are my dad's favorite treat ever and we used to eat them everytime we went to my grandparents' house. My (diabetic)Grandma intentionally kept mint chocolate chip ice cream stocked in her freezer always to lure my Dad over more often I think, lol.

Anyway, fun linky-glad to be a part of it!

Nichole said...

Would it be too easy to say green paper money? ;)

Actually, I love that GREEN seems to be my toddler's first favorite color.!

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Gale said...

Hi! Thanks so much for letting me link up. Not often you find a hop that welcomes other hops and linkies to link up too. I shared your linky both at the bottom on my posts and on my blog events page: http://www.squidoo.com/blogevents

A favorite "green" memory of mine is of clovers...just plain old clovers in the grass at my elementary school. Every time we had to sit in the grass I would always search for a four-leafed clover. I can't remember ever finding one...but it was fun trying.

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