For Auld Lang Syne…..

Scottish history is packed into the music passed down over centuries. O Flower of Scotland, Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond, Skye Boat Song and Auld Lang Syne – all telling stories of the beloved land of Scotland and friendships treasured down the years. Auld Lang Syne is sung around the world on New Years EveContinue reading “For Auld Lang Syne…..”

Isle of Skye – For the Love of Fairies!

A wise man once said: ‘Skye is not a place but an intoxication’. None more so than it’s fascination with fairies and their place in the legends of the island. I have spent hours and hours reading the legends and stories of the Celtic folk and never found anyone to explain the origins of fairiesContinue reading “Isle of Skye – For the Love of Fairies!”

Isle of Skye – where Fantastic meets Phenomena!

I have been blessed with a vivid imagination which enables me to transverse between the ‘real’ day-to-day world and the possible or the extra-ordinary or even the fantastical world. Stories full of vivid description of mystical places become so real to me as I venture into whatever magical places the author chooses to take me.Continue reading “Isle of Skye – where Fantastic meets Phenomena!”