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Free online jigsaw puzzle of a green clover patch for Saint Patricks Day. The field is filled with clovers with three leaves.

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dbnc2
Mar 16, 2017
I'm looking over a four-leaf clover that I over looked before
I did it as a mystery agian
USACatwoman
Nov 22, 2015
Fun Puzzle
Coravee
Nov 6, 2015
Mysteries are fun! I thought this was going to be a cabbage!
dbnc2
Nov 6, 2015
I like mysteries too
KwkClkrSwkr68
Apr 8, 2015
It was time-consuming, but still FUN!!!
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2015
Any favorite Irish Songs? My mom had lots of them sung by Bing Crosby. I always liked the funny ones like MacNamarra's Band and Who Threw the Overalls in Mrs. Murphy"s Chowder?
Rozina1010
Mar 17, 2015
I liked that one about the Overalls the first time I heard it and Danny Boy was one of my pets lullabye So Toora-Loora-Loora- to you all.
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2015
I'll save that one for tonight for "Tis an Irish lullaby.
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2015
Toora-loora-loora. Hush now. Don't you cry.
kjd3682
Mar 18, 2015
I can hear Bing singing it! ;-)
dbnc2
Mar 18, 2015
I love Bing singing
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2015
He had such a rich voice but not until he started to take lessons. I heard some of his early performances and you could hardly believe it was Bing.
Rozina1010
Mar 26, 2015
You think you can sing until someone or a voice teacher tells you HOW to really sing. Hope all this rain will bring flowers and I love May's Lilac Sunday. But one month at a time - Pixi is it your Birthday?
aussiesapphire
Mar 17, 2015
To be sure, to be sure. Had my green top on today and my jewellery shamrock. My mother always used to plant sweet pea seeds today.

"Christ beside me, Christ before me, Christ behind me, Christ within me, Christ beneath me, Christ above me." Saint Patrick

St. Patrick
May the strength of God pilot us, may the wisdom of God instruct us, may the hand of God protect us, may the word of God direct us. Be always ours this day and for evermore."

I have always had a soft spot for the Irish who have a wonderful sense of humour and the ability to laugh at themselves. God bless all those lovely Irish people and those who can relate to them. Shamrock and leprechaun hugs to all.
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2015
Sure and a rainbow around your shoulder to you, Aussie.
darambo
Mar 17, 2015
Really good time on the puzzle this morning Aussie. Happy St. Patricks Day.
JoyceRogers
Mar 17, 2015
Aussie, your thoughts always bring out so many memories in me...today's is bitter sweet. My mother always planted sweet pea seeds on this day also - it was one of her favorite days because it was 2 days before her birthday. Unfortunately, 39 years ago she died on this very day. We buried her on her 59th birthday. For many years, I could not see a shamrock without crying. Now as I enter my golden years, I am beginning to see the shamrock as a symbol of hope. I am anticipating the day I get to hug her again. She was a beautiful Christian woman, and I know she has been in heaven hugging and taking care of the 2 babies that I lost in miscarriage. (I also have 2 that survived and are now Godly men taking care of their own families! ) Life is filled with so much happiness and sadness, but heaven is filled with an eternity of happiness in Jesus!!
I'm going to post one of Mom's favorite poems on this thread...It's too long to add to this! I hope everyone will enjoy it - it's such an inspiration!
aussiesapphire
Mar 18, 2015
Dear Joyce, I am covered in goosebumps reading your message, it was so beautiful. As Christians we all have that hope that as we approach the end of life, we have so much more in store for us and meeting up with loved ones who have gone before us. Thank you so much for sharing Joyce, God bless you and many hugs.
pixipixil
Mar 18, 2015
Looking forward to your mother's poem, Joyce. 59 is such a young age to be taken from you. I am so lucky I got to be old before losing either parent. I am so sorry for the loss of your unborns.
Was St. Patty's Day special to your Mom?
JoyceRogers
Mar 18, 2015
Thank you so much, Aussie & Pixi...Yes, St. Patrick's Day was very special to Mom - her birthday parties were always green! If you haven't seen the poem yet, go into the Clover puzzle and you'll find it in the postings. I'm still in my "head in a hole" mode that I go into around this time every year. Things will look up on Sunday. sniff...
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2015
Joyce I have a theory that people die on their favorite holidays because it will cause them to be present to those they love and therefore be with them on that holiday. Be at peace---your mom is there.
JoyceRogers
Mar 19, 2015
Thank you Pixi. You're right, mom is here with me...Today would have been her 97th birthday. My dad died on Halloween. I've almost begun to dread holidays because I wonder if someone I love is going to die that day! lol! :)
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2015
I'm beginning to get that way. my grandmother died on my 16th birthday. It was the night of my sweet 16 party which was a day before. She went home and died a little after midnight. My bday is the 26th. My dad died just before St. Patty's Day.
My son died a few days before Halloween. Except for my grandmother nobody died on a holiday. My mother died Trinity Sunday but that moves so it doesn't count.
JoyceRogers
Mar 20, 2015
Seems like we have a lot in common! Doesn't it hurt to see Halloween and St. Patrick's Day decorations out in the stores? It makes me want to go home and hide my head...
I'm so sorry you've had so many close relatives pass away lately, especially your son. I just can't imagine the pain of losing a son. My prayers are still with you, and with your grandchildren, too.
pixipixil
Mar 20, 2015
Thank you, Joyce. I'm sorry you thought they passed recently. Only my son did--last October. My mother died nine years ago but it still seems like yesterday. I keep expecting to see my son as if it had all been a mean prank. It makes one feel guilty that I am still trying to get on with life and enjoy it. I know I will hide from Halloween next year. The worst is memories of all the things he had hoped to do with his daughter. Now she is with a mother he despised because she could not be trusted. We avoid her because it can only make life worse for the grandchild to have us involved. She is always in my prayers, tho. She was very special. He may have had a second daughter but we can't trust that mother either and like her even less. He did not even see her much as the mother went to live with her folks and only wanted money from him.
aknan
Mar 20, 2015
Dear pixi, I pray daily that God's healing grace may enter your soul and bring peace to your memories.
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2015
Thank you so much aknan. I pray for you and mamag to also have the pain be replaced by happy memories.
maryhelen50
Mar 17, 2015
Remember to wear green!
vmarie
Mar 17, 2015
Except I'm observing the color rays of the week, and Tuesday is blue! (Tomorrow is emerald green.)
nlbuchanan
Mar 17, 2015
Color rays of the week?
globug
Mar 17, 2015
Yes vmarie fill us in - what are color rays of the week?
cindyj28
Mar 17, 2015
Yes, What are the color rays of week???
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2015
Whoever picks them ain't Irish.
vmarie
Mar 18, 2015
Sunday - yellow
Monday - pink
Tuesday - blue
Wednesday - emerald green
Thursday - purple with gold
Friday - white
Saturday - violet
pixipixil
Mar 18, 2015
What's the symbolism behind it and why pick those colors on those days?
nlbuchanan
Mar 18, 2015
What is the story behind the rays? Where do the colors come from? nlb
vmarie
Mar 19, 2015
The colors of the rays are from esoteric teachings. Colors have frequency, as do the notes of the musical scale. There are seven rays, seven days of the week, and we have seven energy centers (chakras). Seven archangels attend the throne of God. Each archangel and the divine complement have a frequency on which each serves. Sunday, although the first day of the week, is the best focus for Archangel Jophiel with Christine, who tend the yellow ray, which represents wisdom. Monday is attended by Archangel Chamuel with Charity, who tend God's third ray, which is pink and corresponds to the energy at our hearts. Tuesday is the first ray that served by Archangel Michael along with Faith. The color blue represents God's will and is focused at our throats. These are the three major color rays, so I won't go into any more detail or my post will be excruciating. If you feel drawn to these studies, there are many YouTube videos on these subjects. I follow the ones by The Summit Lighthouse and Radiant Rose Academy. Blessing!
nlbuchanan
Mar 19, 2015
Thank you, vmarie.
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2015
Sounds like new age. There was a lot of talk about crystals and centers of energy (vortexes) when we were in Sedona. Not for me but thank you for sharing.
vmarie
Mar 20, 2015
Each to his or her own, pixipixil! Hugs!
pixipixil
Mar 21, 2015
Hugs to you, vmarie.
Jingles
Mar 17, 2015
I'm looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before,
One leaf is sunshine, the second is rain
Third is the roses that grow in the lane,
No need explaining, the one remaining
Is somebody I adore,
I'm looking over a four leaf clover
That I overlooked before.

HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY.

God bless you all.
pixipixil
Mar 17, 2015
Oh my goodness. I was just thinking of that song. When I was a toddler my parents had me sing it onto a plastic disc. I was only 2 so my mother had to fill in the blanks so to speak.
dbnc2
Mar 17, 2015
I could remember all of the song
nlbuchanan
Mar 17, 2015
I haven't thought of that song in years. Now I won't be able to get it out of my mind! nlb
aknan
Mar 17, 2015
Well, nlb, let me give you some different words -
I'm looking under my old cow Thunder,
Who I've underlooked before.
First is for milk, the second for cheese,
Third is for butter we spread on our peas.
No need explaining the one remaining,
It's ice cream we all adore!
Oh, I'm looking under my old cow Thunder
Where I've underlooked before!
dbnc2
Mar 17, 2015
Never heard that one
but I like it
fiestyolelady
Mar 17, 2015
I like this one better.
aussiesapphire
Mar 18, 2015
Oh Aknan, that was hilarious hahahaha. Thank you for brightening the days of so many on here. Hugs.
kjd3682
Mar 18, 2015
Jingles, thanks for the refresher, reminds me of hearing Mom sing it thru the years.

Aknan, that was great! I love it!!
pixipixil
Mar 18, 2015
Good stuff all around. Brings a smile. Is that the midwest version for ranchers and farmers? Sounds a good deal more productive than looking for a clover. Of course the cow in that song probably is serching thru the clover for some good grazing.
aknan
Mar 18, 2015
Pixi, that was actually one I learned in 4-H a few eons ago. There's also the 4-H song, very similar to the original, but I can't remember all the words anymore! Has to do with Head, Heart, Hands (that are doing their part) and Health (that we're striving for), the four h's in the motto. Glad there were smiles in the post for some of you.
aknan
Mar 18, 2015
Got it! I'm looking over a 4-H clover that I've overlooked before.
First is for head and the second for heart, third is for hands that are doing their part.
No need explaining the one remaining, it's health that we're striving for,
Oh, I'm looking over a 4-H clover, that I've overlooked before. Didn't want all of you hangin in suspense....
nlbuchanan
Mar 18, 2015
Thank you for the new words, aknan. Now that tune will be stuck in my head for another day! I did sing the four leaf clover version all day yesterday. nlb
pixipixil
Mar 19, 2015
That's really nice. I didn't realize 4-H stood for that.
Thanks aknan.
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