Posts Tagged ‘Love’

since all grandmothers are gone now and i wasn’t old enough to lear cooking from them, i would love a great christmas pudding recipe that i can enjoy and pass on to my childre. please take pity on me. thanks to all who take the time to answer my questions and a recipe for a good rack of lamb would be very much appreciated to.

I am wanting to get a pendant for my fiance` engraved. its a celtic knot and he has scottish heritage but id like to put something on it that is in gaelic or celtic with scottish roots. something like ‘i love you’ or another nice saying, if anyone has suggestions??


A magnificent old Gaelic song, excellently performed by Savina Yannatou. It’s actually the best version of this song I could find on internet. I hope you’ll all enjoy Savina’s special voice. Bellow are the lyrics: Why should I sit and sigh, Puin’ bracken, Puin’ bracken Why should I sit and sigh On the hillside dreary? When I see the plover rising Or the curlew wheeling, Then I trow my mortal lover, Back to me is stealing. Why should I sit and sigh, Puin’ bracken, Puin’ bracken Why should I sit and sigh, All alone and weary? Why should I sit and sigh, Puin’ bracken, Puin’ bracken Why should I sit and sigh, all alone and weary? Why should I sit and sigh, Puin’ bracken, Puin’ bracken Why should I sit and sigh, all alone and weary? Ah! But there is something wanting. Oh! But I am weary. Come my blithe and bonny lad Come o’er the knolls to cheer me. Why should I sit and sigh, Puin’ bracken, Puin’ bracken Why should I sit and sigh, parted fae my dearie


Since I can’t find a good video on the song, I have decided to make one myself….hope you’ll like it. Please check out www.youtube.com/user/rockwithstone for rest of my works.


With The Chieftains – I Know My Love


A video dedicated to Anne Boleyn, Queen Consort to King Henry VIII of England from 1533-1536, containing scenes from “Anne of the Thousand Days”(1969). It sh…


I really don’t know whether this video is any good or not but the idea came to me and I thought I would run with it. I am not to sure about the ending in par…


my fave lovesong…


“Here is Love”, the “Love Song of the Welsh Revival”, sung by my friend, Michael O’Dwyer from Wales, an amazing rendition of this beautiful song. Michael’s amazing talent lends itself so well and with his permission I have put this video together……may you receive peace and revelation of His great love for you as you listen/watch! Diane Devine Foster

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