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    My sweet hubs added crown molding and beadboard to my outdated 1980's oak cabinets. He then painted them a creamy cottage white. I love the brushed silver pulls he put on the doors and drawers.

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March 09, 2013



What a wonderful story amid your darling graphics and snaps! I'm a wee bit Irish. I think it's my baby toe! :)
Hope you're having a nice weekend.
be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)


Patti, I love the story of Mary Lou. I think God sends each of us special people like her to open our hearts to Him. Your spoolie is delightful! I hope I find a spool to make one. Wonderful! E

Kim Kenward

Beautiful story mixed with such sweet treasures. Your spoolie is just fantastic.

Meri Wiley

Awe Patti, what a lovely story and told so well. Amazing treasures/blessings you have there, too. Have a wonderful week.



Hi Patti,
I would say that one of your gifts is an encourager as well. I am so pleased to read your blog and read about your faith and how you have grown in it thorough the years. Thank you so much for sharing with us!
Have a blessed week!


Such a nice story of your families, Patti! I felt like I peeked into the family album hearing your stories. I am not Irish, I'm Norwegian, German and English. As a kid I always wanted to be Irish on St. Pats and vowed to marry an Irishman so my kids would REALLY be Irish. And I did, he's Norwegian, Irish, Scotch and on St. Pats I dressed my children all in green because their Daddy was Irish; even to two Korean faces!


Love hearing your family stories!! So sweet and what treasures yo have!! And, I just love your sweet Irish kitty spoolie! Wishing you a beautiful week!!

Carolynn @ "Chenille Cottage"

What a Happy Irish post, sweet Patti! I love all the bright, fresh color. Your vintage touches are a delight. I have a bit of Irish, too.
Have a Happy St. Patty's Day, my friend.
Carolynn xoxo


I love hearing some of your history. Also, love your pretty St. Pat's decorations. That card is the sweetest. I can't wait to chow down on some corned beef and cabbage. I have a touch of Irish too!


Hi Patti.
I need to visit you more, I read a few of your past post to catch up! Sweet spoolie, love your Valentine tea/party and now with your "Touch Of Irish" post...


I love your story and what a cute little pot of gold :) My Grandparents were both my Mary Lou. I was especially close to my grandmother Orde.

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