For instance, I come home everyday on my lunch break just to see if we got any "good" mail. When i can't make it home on my lunch break, I get super eager on my drive home from work because I'm sooo excited to check the mail.
"Good" mail consist of invitations, cards from old/new friends, magazines, and unexpected packages.
So I was BEYOND excited when I came home from brunch a couple weeks ago and found a package from Ireland in my mail basket!!!
The family in Ireland sent
During my dining room postings, I was informed by the in-laws that the family in Ireland were reading my blog ;)
And now that I'm "irish by marriage", I wanted to celebrate St. Patrick's Day by serving a full Irish breakfast for dinner - which became my favorite meal on our trip once I realized that a full Irish breakfast consisted of baked beans, MY FAVORITE.
We actually had to celebrate our St. Paddy's day on the 16th because I'm going to a wedding on the 17th.
A Full Irish Breakfast consist of:
-Black & White Pudding (I opted out of this one)
And every meal in Ireland was served with Irish Brown Bread (I found that recipe here)
I EVEN made a SPECIAL dessert!!! Irish Coffee Brownie Cupcakes (recipe here)
I may or may not have had
THANKS AGAIN TO OUR FAMILY IN IRELAND FOR THINKING OF US THIS ST. PATRICK'S DAY!!!!!!!!!!!! Which reminds me...I still owe you guys some wedding pictures!
HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY!!!
Love, Joy D.