here. I learned so much about St. Patrick's Day doing that post so I hope you will read it. It was fun for me to reread it because there are movies, songs and folklore mentioned I enjoyed thinking about again. I learned recently that many Irish family names start with"Mac" or "O", which means respectively"son of...."and "grandson of...."in Gaelic.
There are many variations of Irish folklore. In reading, I learned the leprechaun originally had a different appearance depending on where in Ireland he was found. Prior to the 20th century, it was generally held that the leprechaun wore red, not green. Isn't that interesting?
Tablescape details: Emerald stemware-Lenox
Flatware- Williams Sonoma
Bordallo Pinheiro plate and charger
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all. Living Thankfully, Bonnie
Linking to: Inspire Me Tuesday, The Enchanting Rose, Wow Us Wednesdays, Tablescape Thursday, Thoughts of Home ,Foodie Friday,Dishing It and Digging It, and Cuisine Kathleen's St.Patrick's Blog Crawl.