Ah, the memories of looking for a four leaf clover. : )
Hey nice a new spin on the Irish blessing!
Love your accompanying photo. Nice little written piece, too.
I like this! Just a little Irish twist in time for the day...
The wind on your back will take you places! Happy St Paddy's Day.
you know that finding a shamrock has to be accidental, otherwise it will not be lucky.
Lovely, I have a dried 4-leaf clover years ago, good luck to you and yours.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to you, too. Enjoy your good luck!
magical twist.brilliant job.
Happy day to you and enjoy all the luck!! :)
Oh the joy of finding that magical little clover!!!
I spent hours in my yard as a child looking for a 4 leaf clover. Hoping to make some wishes. I suppose the best luck is found when you are not looking for it.
I used to preserve the four-leafed clovers I found. My parents' thicker books probably still contain some flat leaves in waxed paper.
A lovely twisty path indeed!
very snappy thanks
Would the DNA of a four leafed clover yield four leafed clovers? That would spoil the fun.
Irish blessing to you to Kathe...this is wonderful! :-)
Yaaayyy... you found it!! May the best be with you, Kathe.. :)That wind will sure take you places... xoxoox
The search is as good as the find. Nice mag!
You are a lucky lady indeed..bkm
I've NEVER in the whole of my life come across a four leaver - I've just rubbed my lottery ticket against the monitor where your clover appears...!!!!
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