Thursday, March 17, 2011

A St. Patricks Day Blessing

Me and my new Irish family: September 25, 2010

May you always have
Walls for the winds
A roof for the rain
Tea beside the fire
Laughter to cheer you
Those you love near you
And all your heart might desire.

During times like these, this blessing really hits home more than it ever has before.  Take some time today to celebrate with friends and family, remember those who are no longer with us, pray for those who have suffered recent tragedy and make sure to count all of your blessings.

I will be going silent tomorrow For Japan with Love.  Please join me.

18 comments:

  1. Lovely photo Jacin, you look so beautiful...so does everyone! Beautiful tribute as well. <3

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  2. Family truly is the best thing. You got me all welled up! I'll be holding back posts tomorrow as well.

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  3. So beautiful - the picture, the blessing, and the message. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you and thank you for joining us all in tomorrow's day of silence. xo

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  4. gorgeous family you have there :)

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  5. So sweet! Happy St. Patrick's Day~

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  6. I still can't get over your wedding, I know I followed your recaps but seriously, gorgeous. :D

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  7. You married into quite a gorgeous family there. And Irish. They must be extra lucky.

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  8. A lovely blessing. I'll be sure to keep it in mind today. :)

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  9. Aww, Happy St. Patrick's Day Jacin!

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  10. Happy St. Patricks Day! I just love that picture!!!! :)

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  11. Love the picture. Happy St. Patrick's Day

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  12. I love that blessing, have heard it many times! I am going silent tomorrow as well!

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  13. I love that Irish blessing :)
    We married in Australia & being fully aware that many of our friends and family from the UK wouldn't be able to make it out popped a little note in with our invites explaining that they were receiving an invite as they were somebody we loved dearly etc, however we were fully aware that not all people would be able to make it and that we would carry them in our hearts if not. We used the Irish blessing as a sign off as it appeared to fit perfectly :)

    Rx

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