Welcome to Buttercupland, the friendliest neighborhood in New York City!
HAPPY ST. PATRICKS DAY CAROL,I left you a message on your Barcelona post.Those fruits and vegetables would have me singing Hallejuah.ON MY COMPUTER WHEN THE PICTURES STARTED COMING UP THE SKY LOOKED LIKE A BEAUTIFUL OCEAN.I have really enjoyed looking at your travels.I would be a professional traveler if I had the money...I would love traveling. Since Amy went to heaven and our son lives in another state, I don't care anything about the house we live in...it is a place to sleep, eat, bathe and blog...material things mean nothing...the give aways I win, I give away, unless it is something I really need....I just want to see the world and keep the memories in my mind. A wanderer through Paris would be nice.Hugsyou were one of my first blogging friendsSimply Debbie
Looks like Saint Paddy's home to me, it does. The green is so much greener over there. Hopefully, we're going this summer. Good to see you. I hope life is good for you. :)
Your photos are wonderful. I hope you had a great St.Patrick's Day. Blessings...Mary
Very pretty pictures.Thank you for sharing with me about you and your Mother seeing Helen Hayes. What a grand memory that would be to treasure!Hope you enjoy your afternoon.
A little behind--looks like you had a GREAT trip!Loved the pics.Hope you had a delightful St. Patirck's Day.We had beautiful weather for the parade downtown.We are having "spring" rains today with thunderand lighting.Have a great rest of the weekend.Melinda
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