I'm sure you will look wonderful - I certainly look forward to seeing you
at one of your venues. As for foreigners wearing tartan - until Mel
Gibson - wearing the kilt was something you did for weddings and football
international (Your mothers tartan curtains made a good substitute!) -
Somebody has to keep the traditions alive - as my husband (scottish)
says: Scots don't do Scottish - we leave it to all the foreigners!!!
:>))) - Incidently to go back to the romance theme - I met him in
Denmark, at a Burns Supper, arranged by Danes - in a jewish restaurant.
I did the eightsome with him and afterwards he asked me if it was a
danish country dance!!! - naturally I decided to stick with him to
educate him a little.
Etienne Ozorak wrote: > > OK. I'll bite. > > My group, the Music Makars is presently being outfitted in 18th century > garb with trews for our tour in Scottish castles. Sure. There is something > uncommon about an accordionist in 18th century grad. On the other hand, > I'm also sensitive to the issue that Scots may have an issue with a > non-Scot wearing tartan. We all choose our eccentricities... > > Salut, > Etienne > > -- > Etienne Ozorak <firstname.lastname@example.org>