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Sunday, March 15, 2020

Lucky Leprechaun Hop Giveaway (INTL)

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72 comments:

Kate Sarsfield said...

I live in Ireland but unfortunately the 'luck of the Irish' doesn't seem to have rubbed off on me! I don't believe in it anyway!

Debbie P said...

Unfortunately if it weren't for back luck I wouldn't have much at all. Lol

Rita Wray said...

I don't have any. I do believe some people are luckier than others.

Sara said...

I do not have any lucky traditions.

Judy Thomas said...

I like to think black cats & the number 13 are good luck for me.

Calvin F. said...

Not many really, I just visualize.

Denise said...

I wear a 4 leaf clover brooch from Ireland on St. Patrick's Day.

abfantom said...

I don't believe in lucky traditions

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Kate Sarsfield said...

I believe that you make your own luck.

Shelly Peterson said...

I dont have any.

Mya Murphy said...

I don't use lucky charms or rituals.

Beyond Comps said...

For luck I rub the top of the post at the end of my street!

Stephanie said...

If you say something too nice about someone, you have to spit on them or it will bring bad luck. (But just a pretend spit, of course!)

clc408 said...

We serve pork and sauerkraut every New Year to get rich, but it hasn't worked so far.

Edye Nicole said...

I pray and read the Bible.

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Anita Yancey said...

I don't really have any luck traditions.

DebP said...

I always feel finding a coin is luck.

katieoscarlet said...

We don't have any lucky traditions. Should probably look into one though as our new year has been nothing but unlucky so far

Lara said...

I’m not real superstitious but I always think of 7 as my lucky number.

Carl Scott said...

If I see a penny on the ground I always pick it up for good luck. Silly right, but I do it every time.

tetewa said...

I don't have any!

elaing8 said...

I don't have any traditions or customs for luck.

Jodi Hunter said...

I don't have any.

Victoria Alexander said...

I don't believe in "luck" I believe we can make anything happen if we can see it in our minds eye :)

Debra Branigan said...

I don't have any traditions these days. As a kid, I paid attention to some superstitions, but not anymore. I think "luck" is a random happening.

Cali W. said...

Thanks for the giveaway; I don't really have any customs' I just pray. :)

Jayne Townsley said...

I do not have any "luck" traditions in my life.

Natalie said...

I don't have any traditions or customs for luck because I trust in God.

Adik Miftakhur said...

I don't really have traditions here.

Kate Sarsfield said...

I carry a pebble from my Dad's grave in my handbag, though that's more for comfort than luck.

Dale Wilken said...

I do not have any.

Gaby Pendragon said...

I don't really have any tradition.

Jeanna Massman said...

I always wear a ring that was worn by both my mother and my grandmother for luck and love!

Kari Lorraine said...

I usually like to use a lucky number if I'm betting on anything, but I can't say that it actually works.

susan1215 said...

I wear a necklace that my Mom left me that I feel brings me luck.

Kate Sarsfield said...

I've worn my Mum's eternity ring since I was 12. I feel naked without it, though I can't say if it's brought me any luck!

Amber said...

For good luck, I wear an evil eye protective charm that a friend gave me from Turkey.

Mabel The Reader said...

I don't have any!

Ellen Stafford said...

I don't really have any tradition though I do have a four leaf clover pendant I wear x

molli said...

rabbits foot, always in my bag!

Kate Sarsfield said...

I don't believe in superstitions regarding luck.

MichelleCat said...

While I don't believe in the physicality of luck, I do think some have more than others and mine is zilch

Kate Sarsfield said...

Believing in luck is like believing in magic. Show me the science!

LeonieT said...

We don't have anything to get more luck but I believe that if you believe it you can manifest it.

Kate Sarsfield said...

It's all a load of superstitious nonsense!

Daniela said...

I don't have traditions, but I avoid putting by hand bag on the floor, hehe

Kate Sarsfield said...

I've been thinking about this and realised that I do have some sayings from childhood such as "White horse, white horse, bring me luck, may tomorrow be the day I pick something up!" Every time I see a white horse in a field!

Kate Sarsfield said...

... and another one: Find a pin and pick it up, all the day you'll have good luck"!

jmcgaugh said...

I don't use any.

Anne said...

I knock on wood as a reflex, I don't really believe in it.

Kate Sarsfield said...

I don't walk under ladders but that's commonsense rather than superstition!

Ana Valente said...

I knock on wood. I'm not sure I believe in it, it's more of a comforting thing

Kate Sarsfield said...

If you see the moon through glass you're supposed to turn something silver in your hand 3 times (apparently!).

Nancy Payette said...

No good luck traditions.

Kate Sarsfield said...

There's an old man in our village who always salutes single magpies. No idea what that's all about!

Kate Sarsfield said...

What about throwing a pinch of salt over your left shoulder to hit the devil in the eye? I mean it's absolute nonsense but I've been doing that since I was little!

rajee said...

I wear positive chain so I hope for the best

Kate Sarsfield said...

In the Western world it's considered bad luck if a black cat crosses your path (dates back to the times of witch trials etc.) but in China it's lucky! I live with a black cat so who knows!

Kate Sarsfield said...

I love wind chimes but never knew that they were originally to ward off evil spirits from your home.

Judy Thomas said...

I love black cats & think they are very lucky.

Kate Sarsfield said...

In Ireland it's considered unlucky if a clock stops. Dad's grandfather clock hasn't run since the day he died. He'd have been able to fix it but for now it just stands there, quiet.

LeAnn Harbert said...

I don't believe in luck. My boys had a horse shoe above their door but I think it was mostly for decoration.

Kate Sarsfield said...

Does anyone else never step on the gaps between paving slabs? Wonder where that one originated?

kdrae said...

Tale has it, if you own a black cat, it's good luck! We have a black cat! :)
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Kate Sarsfield said...

Here's another one! On the 1st of May, you're supposed to bathe your face in the early morning dew thus ensuring a beautiful complexion. Don't know about that but the neighbours might start to worry!

Gwendolyn Jordan said...

I don't have any

Sammy's Book Obsession said...

We just wear green on St Patrick's Day. Not that it mattered much this year since none of us went anywhere.

Kathy Pease said...

I don't have any but with all going on in the world I wish I did

Lisa Walker said...

I have a lucky penny that I keep in the zipper pocket of my purse!

slehan said...

No traditions around luck.
Thanks for the contest.

Kate Sarsfield said...

I used to work with a guy who always won raffles etc. Turned out he was a heavy gambler, spent a fortune & ended up in Rehab. That kind of luck I don't want.

books4me said...

Good luck on Friday the 13th! It is my lucky number along with my baby bro and my mama!