Burns Night

Photo taken at The Battle of Bannockburn Site

Happy Burns night everyone. We didn’t have a traditional supper but we has a wee veggie haggis T.V dinner for lunch.

Burns night seems to be more alive this year than ever. I’ve seen children reciting poetry, various poems shared online and we have just finished watching Janey Godley’s Big Burns Supper. Ye Canne beat it. The highlights for me were Brina and Skerryvore, check them out.

We never celebrated Burns night growing up because it’s the night we lost my Grannie. 40 years today.

Do you celebrate Burns? Is tradition important to you? And how do we weave the thread of our past into our present and our future?

Author: EilidhGClark

Hi, I'm Eilidh and I live in the wee village of Killin in the Scottish Highlands. I'm 48 years old and live with my wife-to-be and our two dogs.

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