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Word Cloud: HOGMANAY

by NONA BLYTH CLOUD A guid New Year to ane an` a` and mony may ye see! New Year’s Eve is celebrated around the world, but in Scotland, it’s called Hogmanay. For about 400 years, from the end of the … Continue reading

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by NONA BLYTH CLOUD It’s an irony that the things I like best about Christmas are traditions from places where Winter means snow and ice. The smell of pine warmed by glowing lights, carols full of cold Decembers, and hot … Continue reading

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