Last week, I posted an Irish tale about this window. You can read that post here.
Do you recall that this Lad and Lass were having a disagreement? She wanted him to look at her St. Patrick's Day decor, and he wanted her to help him get the pot of gold.
He had better hurry up and look at her decor, because it seems that others have discovered the pot of gold. This little Lassie is telephoning a friend to come quickly to help her get the gold.
And, although it appears that this Lassie is busy training her pig, since she has two four-leaf clovers (and one is a history-making, giant size), she might have the best luck getting to the pot of gold.
He probably doesn't have to worry about this group. They look too busy, singing and dancing, to even notice the pot of gold.
But I think he'd better worry about this hiker, who seems to be shouting to everyone about the pot of gold.
These three are very close to finding the pot, but they appear to be running in circles.
This couple has probably missed seeing the pot of gold, since they are so busy flirting with each other.
Look up there! Some lad has lost his hat while trying to climb across the rainbow.
He'd better watch this sweet lassie. It looks to me like she's going to throw down that bouquet and make a run for the pot of gold.
I'm worried about the Lad and Lass in this tale, so I've left them with an Irish toast.
I hope it reminds them that a solid roof over your head is a good thing, but there's not much more you need if there is love shared beneath that roof.
Thank you so much for coming by to read my little Irish tale. Don't forget Cuisine Kathleen's St. Patrick's Day Blog Crawl on March 11th. It's always so much fun.