It won't play for me imagine that maybe he knows that my ancestry was Montreal (French) from generation to generation who came from Paris, France. my ancestry, but I love Scotland...
Hi Lorraine, we have something in common....my g-g grandfather also came from Paris!! We could be related!!! lol
This is absolutely beautiful and brings back my sister to me. She met my brother-in-law in Edinburgh and spent her first two months of marriage there. She grew to love Robert Burns and introduced me to him. I've been missing her lately. So, here I sit sending you a tear-filled "thank-you" for a sweet memory (as opposed to a' that's been in my head).
This is so sweet, Mitchell. Happy this brought back good memories for you. Have a great day.
Love this Jim ...I am a proud Scot, through and through.I told you our grandmothers had the same last name (MacDonald) , well you won't believe this , mine was also a Mary Anne and I have a sister Mary Anne ... talk about it ...LOL I am going back to Scotland this July ..Happy Sunday!
Oh, I just remembered my grandma was Mary Ann (no e) my sister spells her name with the e .
The great call to equality!
I have always liked people with a little Scot in them. And Robert Burns is just great beyond words.
Och aye! My mother is a proud Scot too!
Hey, I really like your comments and appreciate the time you took to do so.