12 thoughts on “Happy Shamrock Day!

  1. rubycommenting March 17, 2022 / 12:48 pm

    Yes, Happy Shamrock Day to you too Linda! Im back to WordPress after taking a break for some time. So many of the bloggers I used to follow have stopped posting. Do you know if Lucky Otter plans on coming back? Prairie Girl? Katie? Anyway, so glad to see that you’re still here!

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    • Linda Lee Adams/Lady Quixote March 17, 2022 / 2:43 pm

      Hi Ruby!!! It’s awesome to see you back. I know that Lucky Otter is very active on Twitter now, mostly tweeting about political issues, the last time I looked. She isn’t Lucky Otter on Twitter though, she uses an entirely different name, which I can’t recall at the moment. She has a huge following. Lucky told me in a private message that she stopped blogging because she can no longer access the classic editor, and the new block form of posting is too difficult for her. I told her I understand, I am still struggling with the new way.

      Sadly, I lost touch with Prairie Girl years ago. I don’t know what happened. I hope and pray she is okay.

      Katie deleted her last blog in 2020, shortly after the pandemic started. At the time, she was having some health issues. I don’t know how she is doing now, but I sure miss her.

      I miss Lucky Otter and Prairie Girl, too. And I have been missing you. It’s so good to see you here! Maybe now I can find the gumption to post more regularly. ((HUGS))

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      • rubycommenting March 17, 2022 / 2:55 pm

        Thank you for the update. Are you saying that we can’t edit our posts? I started a new blog(deleted my old one), and I love the edit feature because I make so many mistakes. I went to the library today to view my blog on a different computer and all of the changes I made went through.

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        • Linda Lee Adams/Lady Quixote March 17, 2022 / 3:27 pm

          Oh yes, we can still edit our posts. It’s just a very different format than the classic editor was, and some of us struggle with it. I’m glad that you aren’t having that problem.

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          • rubycommenting March 17, 2022 / 3:59 pm

            Thanks Linda. I look forward to future posts from you! ((HUGS))

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  2. K.L. Hale March 17, 2022 / 5:29 pm

    It was a great one! I have some Irish, too! Happy St. Patrick’s Day! ☘️💚

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  3. Renee🌻 March 17, 2022 / 6:49 pm

    That just made me laugh out loud! Love it! ☘️ Happy St Patrick’s Day!

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    • Linda Lee Adams/Lady Quixote March 17, 2022 / 8:37 pm

      Thank you! I actually had a white t-shirt custom made a few years ago, with a big green shamrock on the front, and these words “Yes I Am Irish – No You May Not Kiss Me’ printed in green script, above and below the shamrock. I like to wear it on St. Patrick’s day.

      With my green eyes and zillions of freckles, I look very Irish. However, according to my ancestry DNA, I am only 24% Irish. But apparently that’s enough!


  4. Cindy Dawson March 19, 2022 / 11:51 am

    I don’t know if I’m Irish or not. My mom was adopted. But I am very good at finding 4-leaf clovers! I found about 25 last year! Does that make me Irish? Blessings, Linda!

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    • Linda Lee Adams/Lady Quixote March 19, 2022 / 12:19 pm

      According to two sources online, the odds of finding a 4-leaf clover is 1 in 10,000. When I first read that, I thought it couldn’t be right, because I am very good at finding 4-leaf clovers, too. So yes, you must be Irish.

      Blessings, Cindy 😀

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