Yeah, it's that time of "spring" again. (it's still snowing and blowing, and looking more like Christmas should be coming than Easter and that is all I'll say about the W-E-A-T-H-E-R today.)
Half of my audience is away this weekend, so I feel much less motivated than usual to dust off my fake Irish accent and turn out the green today.
I had to content myself with sending green snacks in their road trip lunches...(oops, just remembered the green grapes in the fridge that I forgot to add...)
Micah, on the other hand, will receive the full brunt of any Irish-ness there is to be had today. After his "Lucky Charms" cereal breakfast (which is indeed a treat, since I normally refuse to buy any cold cereal that costs more than $3.00/box) and his green Mac & Cheese "casserole" lunch (blue food colouring in the boiling water to turn the yellow-ish pasta green; with a cup of frozen peas added during the last 3 minutes of cooking and a tin of drained tuna tossed in at the end...well we like it!) and a plate full of green-iced shamrock sugar cookies. (that was indeed a mouthful, in so many ways!)
I almost didn't make the macaroni for lunch, as I have some spinach fettucine for supper.
So, now that the main floor has been vacuumed, and the potato roll dough is rising and I still have half an hour before #3 gets home from school...I think I'll go visit my Sims.