Penny’s Tips Volume 11

Here I am again-three weeks in a row!

Just in case you don’t have the luck of the Irish, I have a tip to help you be lucky. If you find a Penny pick it up and all the day you have good luck. You are welcome to pick me up if you want- please bring treats if you come over πŸ™‚

Mom bought these Lucky Charms for St Patrick’s Day. She only gets them once a year. That is how her and Dad celebrate.I guess that is how the Polish celebrate the day instead of corned beef and cabbage ( Mom and Dad are Polish- I only mean to insult them, no one else).

75 thoughts on “Penny’s Tips Volume 11

  1. I would love to pick you up Penny! Of course I would bring treats… could you tell me the treats that you like, the ones Grammie brings you??? CH loves Lucky Charms but hasn’t had them in forever. Polish… so many good FOODS in the Polish cuisine! Not a fan of corned beef so we make kielbasa, potatoes, and green cabbage all in one pot for St. Pat’s! With crusty bread on the side with lots of buttah! So we celebrate with a little Polish… πŸ™‚

    • Awww..thank you πŸ™‚ I think you should get some Lucky charms for CH as a St. Patrick’s Day surprise. That sounds good, we love Kielbasa and cabbage. I make lazy pierogi with shredded cabbage. And we grown our own horseradish- so good with kielbasa.

  2. My Mom will be doing the corned beef/cabbage/potato thing in her crockpot but the whole house will smell wonderful on St. Pat’s Day so it’s OK with me! My Mom finds lucky pennies frequently but they aren’t as pretty as you!

    Hugs, Teddy

  3. Now, Penny, be nice. ~hugs~ You should be as pretty on the inside. In an ironic twist, I have Irish roots but seldom eat corned beef but that changed this week when SO with Hungarian/Russian roots brought home a roast. I went out the next day and got cabbage. ~grin~ Be well!

  4. We would love to pick you Penny. You are such a pretty girl. And picking up a penny does bring good luck. But I think that heads has to be up but not real sure about that. You all have a great day.

  5. Penny, you are the luckiest lucky charm we could ever need! We’ll be over to pick you up shortly.

    P.S. This here human has never really liked cabbage or corned beef all that much. So, a couple years ago I looked up other Irish dishes I could make on St. Patrick’s Day, and now each year I eat Dublin Coddle. That’s more my speed.

  6. Our Mom never passes up a penny on the ground – she says it doesn’t take that many pennies to make a buck:)

    We hope you get lots of treats from your visitors, Penny.

    Woos – Lightning, Misty, and Timber

  7. We all celebrate how we like to celebrate. We eat corned beef and cabbage year around. We love it very much.

    If I came over to your house I’d make sure I brought healthy treats for all of you. It’s the right thing to do.

    Have a purrfect day. My best to your peeps. β™₯

  8. Penny my peeps pick up pennies all the time when they walk outside…in fact they find lots of coins people drop on the ground. They save them in a jar for depositing at the end of the year. 2017 they have ~50.00
    Hugs madi

  9. Mee-you mee told LadyMum to pick uppy any penny shee mite find! An then about pickin YOU uppy an shee said shee wood LUV to pick such a Purrty Penny’ uppy an shee wood bring teetsss, mew mew mew…..
    An shee laffed about thee Lucky Charmss/Polish connection! An shee iss 1/4 Polish an sayss what you said iss berry funny!
    ***nose rubsss*** Siddhartha Henry xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

  10. What? No green beer or other green drinks? But all the food everyone makes is making my mouth water! Mommy loves cabbage and corned beef and sausages. I wouldn’t eat the cabbage I don’t think though. Not sure about sweet cereal to eat either. But the leprechaun is cute! Luvz, Patzy

  11. Aaaaaaaaaaw Penny, you be lookin’ bootyful. Ya’ know what? Mommy says that little sayin’ everytime she sees a penny. MOL Great tip. Big hugs

    Luv ya’

    Dezi and Raena

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