Thursday, March 17, 2011

My Irish Heritage

My Great Aunt...Margaret Francis Flahavan

May your pockets be heavy—
Your heart be light,
And may good luck pursue you
Each morning and night.

And Luck pursuing you is a heck of a lot better than my Aunt Margaret!

(You can't say I didn't warn you...)


Marty52 said...

That lady looks like she was great fun! Happy St. Patrick's to you!

Gerry Krueger said...

WOW!!!!!! What great legs...and I'd die for that hat... now we know where you get your sense of humor and zest for life... Ger

Carol said...

Everything about that picture is fantastic. However.... I see she is fun loving because of the props she chose! Fun post wishing us all Happy St. Pat's Day!!

Momma Bear said...

pistol packin' momma! or auntie as the case my be. what a fun lady!
looks like you can have a lot of laughs with her!

Catherine said...

Oh my goodness! She looks like she was a lot of fun! Guess the apple really doesn't fall far from the tree!

Judy S. said...

I had an aunt kind of like that but her name was Mildred. Happy St. Paddy's Day!

Elizabeth said...

You are definately related to this gal!!! What a character! What Style!!! What a delight she must have been!! Just like you ARE!!

Camilla La Mer said...

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree, does it Susan?
I'd love to sit for a visit with her!!!!!!! I'd probably need a stogie!

Happy St. Patrick's Day!

I have plenty of Irish blood myself...

xo Camilla

DJ said...

Love the picture...what a hoot!! Thanks for the good old Irish Blessing!! I have a similar picture from WAY back of a Great Great something or other who was dressed in a bathing suit showing her knees with a poem that says..."I can show my ankles, I can show my knees, I'm a free born American, I can show what I please!"

MosaicMagpie said...

I too had an Aunt Margaret she used to sneak bourbon to an elderly friend at church each week! Spunky ladies, gotta love em!

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