Happy St. Patricks Day March 2014

IrelandCastlePic1March2014We continue with the St. Patty’s Day festivities through March 17, 2014 ~

Happy St. Patty’s Day to all our friends and family!

The enchanting visit we enjoyed in Ireland was filled with their vibrant heritage, rich with music, powerful imagination and deep spirituality.  The Kylemore Abbey pictured above was just one of the many treasures found there.  It seemed everywhere we looked, a wee leprechan, fairy or elf could appear at any moment.

A dash of whimsy here, a bit of mystery there, and a smidgeon of fun is added to a “fanciful magickal potion” of aromatics below for your enjoyment.

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’til next time,
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About Aromatherapy Contessa

I love creating aromatic blends with essential oils whether for my Arlys Naturals product lines, for fun, or for customer special orders. I'm just drawn into the veil of mystery that nature has provided through these living plants, not just in their aromatic properties, but also their natural healing properties.
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2 Responses to Happy St. Patricks Day March 2014

  1. Arlys says:

    Just wondering if you could tell me where you got your companies name. I haven’t met any other people with my name and it intrigues me to know where the origin of yours came from.

    • Actually is was my mother’s middle name. We have no idea why she was named that, but always intrigued.
      We are of Scottish, English, Irish descent. I did some checking on the name itself:
      Arlyss is also a hebrew name.
      Means “pledge” or “a promise to pay”.
      In Ireland comes from Eravon or Arles.
      There is a town in France called Arles which I have visited and where the famous painter, Vincent Van Gogh, lived and painted.
      The Kingdom of Arles (Arelat) or Second Kingdom of Burgundy.

      Enjoy your day!

      There are many people named Arlys these days.

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