|Meghan, Julia, Me, Lauren|
|Lo & Megs getting me camera ready|
|My partial Irishman|
The holiday was a blast. You can't beat Saint Patty's day with a group of close friends, our favorite Irish man, and all of his Irish buddies.
|Good luck getting a photo during the Irish rugby game...|
|Michael at least gave us his face, but his eyes gave him away :)|
Here's a funny story about Saint Patty's day......We celebrated in downtown Seattle, at an Irish pub called Fado. At one point, I went to the ladies room (as one does from time to time). As I was washing my hands, and checking to make sure I didn't have anything in my teeth (or stuck to the bottom of my shoes), a woman my age started smiling and said, "Oh my gosh. I swear I'm not creepy, and you don't know me, but I'm a friend of a friend of yours and I read your blog!" She was absolutely hilarious! It was amazing. She told me that she loves reading my blog because it's a true story. The girl, Meghan or maybe it's Megan? I'm not sure on the spelling, but regardless, she was incredibly sweet, and it completely made me feel so wonderful. What a huge compliment! Danny teased me later, because I made her come over and meet him, and he said that I hugged her about three different times. It was just such a thoughtful thing for her to come up to me.
What an honor. It's amazing. I'm still completely touched. That is something that I'm going to swirl around in my mind to make me smile. Everyone needs a few of those little memories for a bad day. A gift that you can pull out to cheer you up. Life is so full of fun, and I love that we're all intertwined, integrally interconnected. It's beautiful. I'm so lucky!