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The firefighters parade

John had breakfast with his family. It was the big parade day, but for now he enjoyed sitting with his wife and kids at the breakfast table. 2,066 more words

What Do I Think About Cultural Appropriation: Part One.

On 10 April, 2016, I wore a kilt to “church”. More accurate it was a “Utilikilt” that I had purchased on http://Amazon.com. Some people in “church” had asked if I was of Scottish descent. 769 more words


An Interesting Question

“Now, girls! Will the kilt suit my calves? And does it make my derrière look big? Be honest”

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Concerning The Kilt: Part One.

A Brief History Of The Kilt.

The kilt is a knee-length skirt-type garment with pleats at the rear. The origin of the kilt was first worn as a traditional men and boys in the Scottish Highlands in the 16th century. 374 more words


running kilt...

I think I’ve found the answer to my never ending search for a pair of shorts that don’t ride up on me. I’ve tried long shorts, short shorts and shorts in between but no matter what, they all seem to creep up and bunch between my inner thighs. 11 more words


Paris 2016: The Breakfast Run

Every year, on the eve of the Paris Marathon, the Breakfast Run takes place. Steve and I first took part in this event in 2014… 920 more words