Monday, March 30, 2015

Easter Bonnets




Hoping you all have a
Beautiful Easter Sunday.








 I always watch the Easter Parade, love the
outfits and bonnets. Here's a few from the past.
















Goodness,
 hope she doesn't been over.









We must not forget why we have Easter.









Lots of strange
couples.
love the hat.










3 cute hats.





Stunning and Nails too.



What a beautiful Lilac hedge,
I won't see that till the end of May
 Happy Easter and hope you
 watch the Parade.

Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
 Comments are welcome

Sunday, March 15, 2015

The Wearing of the Green




IT'S ALL ABOUT
 THE ENGLISH,
 THEY STARTED IT.
Irish Rebellion of 1798
The wearing of the green song
 goes way back.

O Paddy dear, and did you hear the news that going round?
The shamrock is forbid by law to grow on Irish ground;
St. Patrick's Day no more we'll keep, his colours can't be seen,
For there's a bloody law against the wearing of the green.
I met with Napper Tandy and he took me by the hand,
And he said, "How's poor old Ireland, and how does she stand?"
She's the most distressful counterie that ever yet was seen,
And they're hanging men and women 
for the wearing of the green.
Father Murphy of Wexford cry
"arm, arm for Ireland's freedom we fight or die"
I'VE BEEN IN WEXFORD ,
I HAVE AN AUNT THERE.
MY FAMILY IS IN SLIGO AND DONEGAL,
AND SOME IN GALWAY
Years ago if you wore ORANGE like the king of England
you were looking for a fight.
My last trip I saw walls with thousands of names
of people who died of hunger. It shook me to the core.
During the Great Famine there was a famine pot located on the roadside 
in the Townland of Cullionboy, in the Parish of Townawilly in County Donegal.
the famine pot became the property of local farmer, Patrick Colhoun. 
In later years the pot was used to heat water by the local farmers when 
they were dipping sheep.


Famine Pot, Cullionboy, Co Donegal
In July 2011, I went in search of the famine pot only to discover
it had been attacked and broken in a number of pieces. 
A quick check revealed only two small pieces of the pot were missing. 
One of the pieces was found a few days later in a nearby stream. 
Thanks to the expertise of Stephen Jarvis, who was given the onerous 
task of welding the pieces together, 
the famine pot was restored to its former glory....read more
John Cassidy, Mattie Lennon
I have seen the Famine pot and the graves and the Coffin
ship stories Most didn't make the landing alive,
they were sent by the English to Canada, Australia.
 I did get some fun, laughing my side's off in a Real Pub on the ocean.
The first time i went it truly had the feel of fairies and spirits.
Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

1,400 security Badges MISSING???


1,400 Security Badges Lost,
Stolen at Atlanta Airport
Employees lose their badges
at every airport, not just in Atlanta,
though the TSA has refused
 to release statistics on missing
airport badges across the country,
citing security  concerns.
Atlanta airport officials added that
the situation needs to be put into
perspective: There are more
than 63,000 employees working
 at the airport and that doesn't
include  many more who work for the airlines.
so, they argue, 1,400 lost badges isn't so many over two years.

My opinion is todays workers are just careless
or don't give a damn. Anyone that lost a badge
should serve time in jail. That would stimulate the brain.

Political commentator Laura Ingraham
claims a TSA worker responsible for disappearance
of her Jewelry bag at Liberty airport. 
Transportation Security Administration, 
which handled and screened the bag,
respectively, say the incident is under review.
COME ON!! don't they test these people?
Image result for images of idiots
a security expert who consults with airports and airlines
around the world, airport attack in Pakistan last year
where terrorists dressed as security workers

took siege to Jinnah International Airport,
 killing more than a dozen people.
Heck, that is a heavy looking badge
you could feel it if the catch was broken
and it fell off. This is just irresponsible
it is as important as a billfold.

Posted by Yvonne @ La Petite Gallery
Comments are welcome

Russian Samovar # 150

Russian Samovar # 150
Russian Samovar # 150

sheep heading home #151

sheep heading home #151
sold to Renee

Liberty Belle Farm #152

Liberty Belle Farm #152
my old farm for sale

My Thor #153

My Thor #153
Thor at Christmas

Winston # 154

Winston   # 154
Bull dog blue ribbon

Penobscot Indians camp # 155

Penobscot Indians camp # 155
Penobscot camp Maine

After the ball # 156

After the ball # 156
oil in board framed for sale

Belted Galloway # 157

Belted Galloway    # 157

autumn in Maine # 158

autumn in Maine # 158
Autumn in Maine

October # 159

October  # 159
Spruce head , in october

Maple Syrup #160 sold

Maple Syrup  #160 sold
Party in Maine- sold

Ravens sold #161

Ravens   sold  #161
Ravens are here

Some headache # 162

Some headache # 162
Why Me?

Cassa Blanca's sold #163

Cassa Blanca's sold #163
cassa blanca's sold Schupack

Albatross # 164

Albatross # 164
Albatross

Southern Magnolia # 165

Harrington Cove # 166

Harrington Cove #  166
Harrington Cove

The Endeavor # 167 #167

The Endeavor # 167                           #167
The Endeavor On harrington cove

Russian Cossacks #168

Russian Cossacks  #168
Cossacks Three

Fishing boats # 169

Fishing boats # 169
2nd Prize Winner - Lobster Festival Art Show - Rockland Maine - Summer 2008

Three Guy's in a Dory # 170

Three Guy's in a Dory # 170
Three guys in a Dory

The Babe # 171

The Babe # 171
Babe 16x20