Well, if we ignore the hours between 3:30 and 5:30 when a certain naughty little leprechaun, who shall remain nameless, decided he was going to be up and play and scream instead of sleep, today has been a happy day.
First the FMS Photo a Day prompt was "your weather today", so we headed outside for a few minutes before school to snap some shots and show off our green.
|Forgot to set it to backlight, but I thought it was a good picture for the prompt.|
|This was my second choice for the prompt.
watching a plane fly overhead while he sits in front of my Ponzo Blue Ceanothus
Then off to school for a little party and to see if we caught any leprechauns:
|No he didn't touch the broccoli or grapes.|
|All of that hard work on our leprechaun trap and the little sneak just left us a taunting note:
"Ha ha ha. He he he. I am a leprechaun and you can't catch me."
He left footprints and other mischief throughout the classroom.
Then back home for more fun:
|Because of the sleep issues I did not make green pancakes for breakfast.
I told him if he was good all day at school I would make them for lunch.
He ate two of these shamrocks (the equivalent of 6+ pancakes).
|I made Baked Corned Beef and Colcannon the other night for the blog so I won't be making it tonight.
But I might make some Irish Soda Bread.
A friend is starting a winery and was thinking of having a blog to help promote the wine. She is new to the blogging world and looking for tips, so I thought I'd throw it out there to the bloggers and marketing gurus reading this. She'd also like to fine some small wineries with blogs that are actually active (i.e. posts more recent than 2 years ago!!) so she can follow along.
So, do you know of any winery blogs and what tips would you give a newbie blogger?