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In 1836, my great-grandfather James Lynch immigrated
from Ireland to the United States on the English ship Sir Harry Smith.
He was only 13 years old.
Today, I honor him with an Irish Tea! Welcome!
Spring lambs and daffodils make a wonderful centerpiece.
The lambs were painted by my mother-in-law.
Tasty Irish Soda Bread
Delicious Irish Cheeses
These little chalkboards are a fun way to label cheeses and other foods.
I hated the chalk dust as a classroom teacher, but these little boards are fun!
Refreshing St. Paddy's Day Fruit Medley
Green Andes Mints for Dessert
Republic of Tea Lucky Irish Breakfast Tea from Bernideen's.
A friend recently had surgery, and three of us went to her home with goodies for lunch. I brought many of these same items for our St. Patrick's Day Lunch. Good food, laughter, and conversation among old friends!
Have you ever travelled across the ocean by ship? Inquiring minds want to know! By commenting, you'll be entering to win a copy of A Time for Peace (Quilts of Lancaster County) by Barbara Cameron. If you are reading this via email, you must click on the title of my blog post to be able to comment and read the comments of others. The winner will be announced on April 1.
You might also enjoy my previous blog post An Irish Blessing for You.