Sunday, February 28, 2010

HAPPY ST. DAVID'S DAY

TO ALL MY WELSH FRIENDS...

HAPPY ST. DAVID'S DAY

Today, March 1st, is the National Day of Celebration for the people of Wales.



 If you see anyone wearing a daffodil or a leek today, they are probably Welsh.

 
Take a good look at this picture.  It is the Welsh flag. What is that red creature?
As a clue, I will tell you on my entry for the ABC Wednesday, which usually gets posted on Tuesday afternoon for the sake of our friends in the earlier time zones -- and that would definitely be my Welsh friends.

(I know I have recently  posted about St. David, the patron Saint of Wales, but I couldn't let the actual day pass without another  mention.  Can't let the Irish get all the recognition!)

5 comments:

claude said...

Leek, rose, rooster, thistle and clover. I want to speak about rugby sport. On last week the french rooster fighted the welsh leek... Sorry !!!

Gillian said...

That's nice of you to highlight St David's day. I'm not Welsh even though I live in Wales so it's merely adopted - just like the Welsh rugby team, who put up a great fight against the French! ^_~

mrsnesbitt said...

Definately a dragon!

AutumnLeaves said...

Is it a gryphon? Hope you have a great St. David's Day, Chris!

Wanda said...

Well it must start with "G" if it's going to be your ABC Wednesday!! I'll look forward to coming back to see.
I still thinking about my "G" for
Wed.

So Happy St. David's day!