Tuesday, 31 December 2013

Happy Hogmanay!

Us Scots are generally well known the world over for our Hogmanay Celebration.  There are many  traditions followed by not only Scots living here but Scots residing in countries around the globe.  We Scots generally take our Hogmanay celebrations very seriously, so serious that even the 2nd of January is a public Holiday here!   
 
So whether you sit down and have a wee dram with loved ones, get out and about First Footing at the bells or indeed partake in a verse or two of Auld Lang Syne (in which case, Scotland won't be too far from you this New Year!).  I would like to wish you all a Happy Hogmanay!       
 
 
 


 
 


Haste ye back, we loue you dearly, call again you're welcome here.
May your days be free from sorrow, and your friends be ever near.
May the paths o'er which you wander, be to you a joy each day.
Haste ye back we loue you dearly, haste ye back on friendship's way
 
 
 
See ye aw next year!
 
 


16 comments:

  1. Happy new year, Angie, and best wishes for a wonderful 2014. I hope you thoroughly enjoy Hogmanay - it sounds like a wonderful celebration!

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  2. Happy New Year and a wonderful Hogmanay celebration to you. All the best for 2014!

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  3. Have never experienced it Angie but from what I've read about Hogmany celebrations they sound far more fun to what goes on this side of the border. May the new year treat you and your garden kindly :) xxx

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  4. I love it! Happy Hogmanay! I'm going to try it out on my husband.

    Happy New Year to you!!

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  5. Happy New Year Angie, hope you have a wonderful 2014.

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  6. Hi Angie, hope you have a wonderful Hogmanay celebration, all the best for 2014!

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  7. Happy New Year Angie, and a great gardening season.

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  8. Ciao! Buon anno anche a te!!

    Un saluto :)

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  9. Happy Hogmanay, Angie! Auld Lang Syne is big here, too--seems like a universal New Year's song now. Enjoy the fun with friends and family. Cheers!

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  10. Have a great new year filled with health, happiness, fun and flowers, Angie! Best wishes, Annette

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  11. Happy New Year to yae Angie fae ain't hither Scots Quine

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  12. A wonderful new year to you as well, Angie!

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