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Thursday, March 19, 2015

This week we're celebrating...


It's Friday again so we find things to celebrate, thanks to Lexa Cain for continuing this blog.
Be sure to stop by to see what everyone is cheering about this week: LexaCain.blogspot.com.
Here's what we're cheering about this week:.

  • Taxes are done, thanks to our marvelous accountant, and we got a refund!
  • Most of the snow melted but more is coming tomorrow. We'll celebrate the snow that's gone; not the snow that's coming! :)
  • Tomorrow is the first day of Spring, but the weather forces don't know it yet!
  • We'll celebrate all of you who are so kind to stop by my blog when you can. I salute you!
  • St. Patrick's Day! We had 2 little celebrations with corned beef, cabbage, boiled potatoes, carrots, and Irish Soda Bread! If you celebrated, I hope you had fun.

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19 comments:

  1. OMG you've got the taxes done already. I'm--just--now--starting--to--think--about--it. Hate taxes. Have a good weekend.

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  2. It's only because all I have to do is gather the info for our accountant, Marilyn. I could never actually figure them out myself! Math is not my strong area.:) Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.

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  3. A refund on taxes is always a plus!! HAPPY SPRING!!

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  4. Yes, I agree, Cathrina! It's a lovely thing to celebrate and so is Spring! We're so anxious to see flowers instead of snowflakes. Thanks for visiting and happy weekend.

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  5. I still need to do my taxes. I procrastinate terribly. Happy Spring! Now if it would just start to feel like spring... We have quite a bit of snow left on the ground. Enjoy your weekend!

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  6. Thank you, Lori. We all hope the weather warms up. Snow is just no fun after a while. I'm not a big fan of winter. But Spring will be here sometime so we'll keep thinking of that. :)

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  7. We're in the rainy season here; can't complain, as it preps the ground for the garden. Refunds are always welcome! That's some St. Pat's meal (smile).
    Cheers, Deanie!

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    1. Hi Dixie,
      Yes, our Irish celebration was fun and so was the refund. Thanks for visiting and happy weekend.

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  8. Always nice to get a refund! Glad you got to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

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    1. Yes, it was fun, Suzanne and we're glad we had those things to cheer about. Happy weekend.

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  9. Always good to get a refund! Glad you got to celebrate St. Patrick's Day.

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  10. The St Patrick's day celebration meal sounds so nice! Any green beer to go with that? lol Yes, celebrate quick before the next snow comes, and congrats on the taxes being done. I bet that's a load off your mind. Have a lovely weekend! :)

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  11. Yes, we had fun for St. Patrick's Day and we're always happy to have the taxes done before the deadline. Have a nice weekend.

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  12. I'm loving the longer daylight hours, I'm looking forward to Spring appearing properly :)

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  13. HI Laura,
    Yes, the longer daylight reminds us that Spring will get here sometime. It's snowing again today, yikes. Thanks for stopping by and have a great weekend.

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  14. Getting a tax refund is definitely something to celebrate. I end up having to pay more every year….

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  15. That's too bad, Kate. Tax time is always stressful and having to pay taxes makes it worse for sure. Hope you have a good weekend with fun celebrations.

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  16. Hi Deanie. Yummy! Sounds like you had an amazing St. Paddy's Day feast. I wish you would've saved me some. :D Glad you got a refund on your taxes. That's always something to celebrate. Hugs to you and the family. Eva

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    1. Lily, we'd have saved you a whole bunch. It was good and the refund is always a nice surprise. Hugs to you too! Keep up the good work.

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