All too often through the year, our warm thoughts of the special people in our lives go unspoken, even though the feelings are always in our hearts . . . That's why Thanksgiving is a perfect chance to remind you how much you mean, how special you are, and how warmly you're wished every happiness.
"In tree and flower, meadow and air, It's spring! God's love is everywhere!" A special prayer that your heart and your home will be filled with the blessings of this beautiful season. Have a Wonderful Easter and Spring
Come inside -- that's if you can -- no, make that "if you dare," For spirits lurk at every turn, on Halloween, -- Beware! Mix the charms to make a brew then shake the cup to see what future lies in store for you on this strange Halloween. Here's MY prediction, just for you -- A fun Halloween, whatever you do!
Look up to the sky -- The clouds keep changing. Look down at your feet -- The road is rearranging. The world keeps you guessing. Its pace is unforgiving. But what never changes is knowing The Irish way of living. Be free and be strong, Live well and live long. There's a love that keeps on giving -- That's the Irish way of living. The sun, it may be setting, The sea may stir the sky, The good Lord we are betting Truly knows the reason why. The world never rests. There's more taking than there's giving. But when all seems lost, remember There's the Irish way of living. Be good and be true. Be love and be you. Be kind and be forgiving That's the Irish way of living
The Irish are storytellers, myth makers, poets and romancers. The Irish revere the written and the spoken word. The Irish can dispel the mist with their light and their laughter. The Irish will always spare a song and a smile. May St. Patrick's Day bring you all the wonder and magic your heart can hold.
There never seems to be enough time to share with those we care about most. But no matter where you are or what you're doing, know that you are always in my thoughts and I'm forever sending you my best.
Smiles charm the black of night, As children run from house to house, Pint-sized princes escort wide-eyed angels, Look! Spidermen and a country mouse. It's time for young ones to act older, And the older to again be young. As the summer days turn a little colder, there's one last bird-song to be sung. Please, jack-o-lanterns, light the way, With candles that mock the autumn's sun. Your cut-out smiles would seem ironic, If this hallowed eve were not such fun! Happy Halloween
Our Father who art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done, On earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread; And forgive us our trespasses, As we forgive those who trespass against us; And lead us not into temptation, But deliver us from evil. Amen. Sending a special prayer for your happiness always.