Peat was burning, a new and wonderful aroma for me. The food vendor used peat shipped in from Ireland to cook his BBQ. I had his wonderful Shephard's Pie since he had sold out of his BBQ and Haggis! When I learned what Haggis was I decided I hadn't missed out on it! I debated the Sticky Toffee cake coated in caramel and whipped cream. All the aesthetics were available especially with many in kilts and costume.
Anyone ever have Irn Bru? It is a Scottish soft drink with a different taste! It was soooo good. It was a fun and delightful evening.
Saturday was International Quilt Day! No sewing for me! instead I groomed my dog. I had sewn quite a bit through the week. As much as I love to sew I needed a diversion and the Celtic Music Festival was the answer. I hope to complete the backing to a quilt today then again maybe not as I am feeling tired today. We went to Cracker Barrel after church today and feel I need a day to kick back.
Happy Sunday, St. Patrick's Day and National Quilting Week,
My grand daughter would have loved that. She is a six year old fiddle player that is very good. She played in a jambree here a few weeks ago and made her fist $100.00. She was pretty excited. It sounds like so much fun. We have celtic music on Prince Edward Island a lot where we spend our summers.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a lot of fun! I'm wishing I had some sticky toffee cake right now! :)ReplyDelete
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