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Haliburton tartan, my clan, crest is Watch Well

Haliburton tartan, my clan, crest is Watch Well

42 Things All People With A Scottish Mum Heard Growing Up:  1. “Whit’s fir ye’ll no go by ye.” – When you thought you’d missed your chance. 2. “Keep the heid!” – When you were going radge. 3. “Gonnae no dae that!” – When you were being annoying. 4. “You’re no the full shillin’.’” – When you were being weird. 5. “What did yer last slave die of?” – If you asked her for a favour. 6. “Yer bum’s out the windae.” – When you were talking nonsense....

42 Things All People With A Scottish Mum Heard Growing Up

42 Things All People With A Scottish Mum Heard Growing Up: 1. “Whit’s fir ye’ll no go by ye.” – When you thought you’d missed your chance. 2. “Keep the heid!” – When you were going radge. 3. “Gonnae no dae that!” – When you were being annoying. 4. “You’re no the full shillin’.’” – When you were being weird. 5. “What did yer last slave die of?” – If you asked her for a favour. 6. “Yer bum’s out the windae.” – When you were talking nonsense....

I can invision a room with this color on the bottom portion of the chair rail molding and a very soft complimentary green/blue on the upper two thirds of the wall. Wish it really came out of the can like this '>)

Tartan Paint Sold out and not restocking. Pretty expensive tartan paint, but really cool!

Handfasting

On Handfasting

Scottish wedding handfasting - a formal betrothal. Marriage in late medieval and early modern Scotland did not require the presence of a clergy and if the couple engaged in sexual relations after handfasting, they were then considered married.

Love a man in plaid-Rod Stewart's tiny tartan tot keeps up the family kilt-wearing tradition | Mail Online

Rod Stewart's tiny tartan tot keeps up the family kilt-wearing tradition

Rod Stewart in full Scottish garb, Royal Stewart tartan.kilt in Glasgow

When all else fails, a real man says…

12 Reasons Women Love Men in Kilts

Keep Calm Tartan

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Scottish Blessing, pretty alternative to religious vows

The Origin of the Sporran

The Origin of the Sporran [Infographic]

The Sporran, which is Scottish Gaelic for "purse," is a traditional component of the male Scottish Highland Dress. In this infographic, we take a look at the origin of the sporran as well as look at a few different styles that are available today.

Ancient Romance Series - Scottish Tartans Forrester

Ancient Romance Series - Scottish Tartans Forrester - for my GGM, Elizabeth (Forrester) Lyons.

Scottish Clan Tartans - Glenfiddich Card set - Scott is on bottom right.

Scottish Clan Tartans - Glenfiddich Card set - Scott is on bottom right.

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