Topic: Happy Tartan Day!

Says it all really! smile

U. S. Senate Resolution 155 -

http://www.tartanday.org/senate

The Declaration of Arbroath, 6th April 1320.

http://www.nas.gov.uk/about/090401.asp

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Declaration_of_Arbroath

And men in kilts playing bagpipes in New York from last year!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--Eb3Q83KPc

Enjoy and a happy Tartan Day to you all!

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Re: Happy Tartan Day!

And to you, too, dear Gavin xx

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Gavin,

Mom was an O'Malley (who married a German), but I married a Stewart.  Happy Tartan Day to you as well.  Recently, National Geographic sent us a brochure with tours of Scotland; it is on my bucket list.  We have been to London, but would love to see County Mayo and Scotland.

Hope Mum is doing well. 

Catherine

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hello my son from another mother. Happy tartan day to you! So, come on tell us what is really under the skirts! A big hug to Mum.

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I saw that it was tartan day on the news and thought of you!  Happy Tartan Day Gavin!!

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Happy tartan day to you and your mum as well Gavin.  smile

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Happy Tartan Day to you Gavin. I passed this along to my son since I know he didn't know. He is mostly of Scottish heritage and is quite proud of it.....his last name is Maxwell. His grandfather and great-uncle have their plaid, crest and motto all memorialized. He is getting ready to have the motto (in Latin) tattooed on his arm. "Grow strong again" I think is the literal translation but it is fitting for him.

KrisV

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Thanks everyone! I'd love to be in NY for a tartan day parade one day, looks good! So you married a Stewart Catherine, my mums side of the family are Stewarts and my dads side are Strachans. The House of Stewart is a European  royal house. You'd love Scotland Catherine, especially if you are interested in history and scenery. Plenty to do and see here!

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/House_of_Stuart

http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/p019ylx4

Glad that you thought of me when you were watching the news Randi and hope that the parade yesterday was good! And momma, what do you think is worn under a kilt! wink

I agree Kris, a great and fitting idea for a tatoo.

Thanks everyone!

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