Sunday, March 6, 2016

Dancing on the Green -Postcard Friendship Friday #303


Isn't she lovely?  I hear Irish music and I cannot keep my feet from dancing.  When I was a little girl I would dance for hours, with all the exuberance of the young--a foot fancy step.  To this day I can still do it--It turns out the dance I have always done, is a traditional Irish Dance. 

Have a lovely day, dear ones--I am sorry about the lateness of this post.  This past weekend has been a difficult one for me.  The grief of losing the love of my life crashed over me--and alas, I was a bit lost for a time.  Thank you for your patience.

God bless you all.  Happy Postcard Friendship Friday.  

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3 comments:

Lyneen J said...

No need to ever apologize for experiencing grief! You are very strong going through so much. LOVE your Irish card this week... I promise to have an Irish theme next week!!! HUGS!!!

Irene said...

I'm sorry you are feeling down, but I do understand grief. It's like a big wave that just sweeps over you and you are melted, is the only way I can describe what happens to me. NEVER apologize, we love your posts and are happy when you get to us. Wonderful card.

Paul van Yperen said...

Take care, Beth. Lovely card and memory. My son and I once walked the Wicklow Way which starts near Dublin. I remember all these green landscapes and the wonderful Irish music and beer in the pubs. Happy PFF!