My brother used to be blonde. He also used to be bigger than me. Those things change but he will always be my brother.
He and I are connected, always have been. 343 more words
Recently, when women’s basketball coach Pat Summitt was laid to rest, her funeral included the playing of bagpipes, specifically the tune “Amazing Grace.” Bagpipe music is often played at memorial services, and it has a long history dating back hundreds of years. 266 more words
Scottish traditions don’t seem to be losing any ground in New Brunswick as the 35th Annual Highland Games brought an enormous kilt-clad crowd to Fredericton’s Government House. 276 more words
Memorial Day is the annual holiday when America honors its war dead. Raelynn Ricarte came to Edmonds, WA from Hood River, OR in the Columbia River Gorge area to deliver the keynote message of this year’s Memorial Day ceremony on 25 May at Edmonds Community College—“Be an American Worth Dying For.” Her son, U.S. 442 more words