I hope everyone has taken a moment to don a spalsh of green, kiss the blarney stone or raise a pint in honor of the Irish. It doesn’t matter if you’re Irish or not on this day. It’s all about the blarney love.
I’m all for expressing pride and pleasure in your ancestral heritage, but at some point pride crosses over into the realm of the ridiculous. Case in point, an Irish themed dog bowl. Why in the world would you feel the need for something like this? The dog can’t read and the words at the bottom of the bowl won’t be looked at very often.
I love the color green, and the deep emerald green that most people associate with Irish decor is absolutely gorgeous. I’m not a big martini drinker, but these martini glasses would look beautiful as a decoration in a curio cabinet regardless of anyone’s drinking habits.
I have a little girl on the way, so I’m naturally looking for baby clothes and other accessories. I’m also part Irish, so I like to include a little bit of my ancestry into the mix when I can. This one has me baffled. Why does this Irish baby onesie have garlic and gaelic on it? I know that Gaelic is an old term for the Irish people, but what does garlic have to do with anything? And why would you want to put it on a baby?
I’ve always found this Irish trinity symbol to be a very beautiful design to look at. I can only imagine what this wall hanging must look like in a home. One square foot in size, this is made from resin with a wood grain look and a mahogany finish.