Be sure and hop on over to these other blogs and meet the great authors taking part in today’s hop!
|1.||Love, Lust and Lipstick Stains||9.||Inner Goddess||17.||Nina Mason|
|2.||Samantha Holt||10.||Hunter S. Jones||18.||Kate Robbins|
|3.||A Dirty Book Affair||11.||Christina Phillips||19.||Scenes from a Chaotic Mind|
|4.||Anne Conley||12.||Andrea Bellmont||20.||Sarah Bella|
|5.||Em Taylor||13.||Isobelle Cate||21.||Joanne Wadsworth|
|6.||Kirsten S. Blacketer||14.||Storm Chase||22.||Anne Stenhouse|
|7.||Willa Blair||15.||Ceci Giltenan||23.||BJ Scott|
|8.||Nicole Hurley- Moore||16.||Tarah Scott|
Lots of prizes to be won. Including a Braided Celtic Bracelet to one of the people who stop by and leave a comment on my blog.
Today Scots around the world celebrate the birth of Scottish poet Robbie Burns with a Burns Night Supper, revolving around the haggis, whisky, and toasts to the lassies. This has been going on since Burns’ death over 200 years ago.
Born in 1759, Robert Burns grew up poor, the son of struggling Ayrshire farmer. He achieved his fame through his poetry and the folk songs of Scotland.
The traditional Burns Night supper: Haggis, tatters and neeps (turnips)