Friday, January 01, 2010

Happy New Year!!!!!!!!

This video of the Scottish Parliament never ceases to amaze me! That men and women can join hands and sing like this (with gusto!) despite their differences should be a nice lesson to us all. And that's one of the reasons why I'm posting it again. The other is the Scottish blood that flows in my veins.



And last night was also a Blue Moon which my dear friend Rain explained so eloquently on her blog and put me in mind of this oldie but goodie. I really love this rendition by Julie London. I think she was one of the true greats.



May 2010 and beyond bring all of the good things to y'all and all that love you back!

Happy New Year and Happy Bloggiing!!!!!!!

Kay

13 comments:

  1. I loved Auld Lang Syne. Thanks for sharing it. Happy New Year, Kay!

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  2. What better place for Auld Lang Sybe than the Scottish Parliament! Happy New Year!

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  3. Makes me proud of my Scotch Irish heritage. I was very emotional wishing our Congress could do something like this every year. Thanks Kay for a great New Year message! Go Buckeyes!

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  4. Happy New Year and may it be better in all ways than the last!!

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  5. Happy New Year ,Kay from me and the missus. Go Bucks!!

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  6. HAUOLI MAKAHIKI HOU.

    HAPPY NEW YEAR in other words.

    2009 went by so fast for me. Hard to believe we are in a new decade.

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  7. Hi Kay . . . You woke up the plaid side of my ancestry and I thank you. Ain't it a shame that our politicians can't sing a note. If they ever join hands in some kind of harmony, I'll push a peanut up Constitution Ave. And your compliments to Rain are right on the mark. Have a Happy New Year.

    Dixon

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  8. I'm 1/4 Scots Irish, but my SI grandfather was a dour old soul.
    Julie London was great. Such a warm and expressive singer. And Happy New Year to you, Kay!

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  9. what should OUR band of Congree Critters sing while holding hands, and when??? :)

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  10. Irish heritage here, too. May 2010 be a good year for you! [and me!!!]

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  11. Anyone but me see that handsome Scottish gentleman, Sir Sean Connery?

    Hubba hubba, makes my New Year!

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  12. Do you know I have a friend who told us that she can't understand why they call it a new moon because she went out to look and it looked perfectly normal to her. LOL

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  13. Happy New Year, Kay and thanks for those two great videos that I tweeted ;) right away

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