A Grand Welcome to Celtic Spring - such a fine day, indeed! We're halfway now between the Winter Solstice and the Spring Equinox. I anticipate the warmth of change and rejuvenation. We are still covered with quite amounts of snow in our corner; but with the warm air that we have been feeling this year, it has amounted to puddles while out-and-about. Soon, I shall start to see the tulips sprouting from the soil, hear the love songs of the birds and a touch of grass peeking along the sides, from beneath the melting snow.
Also sprouting, will be the newly anticipated items from our OUTLANDER; The Series Collection. I will be adding these within the next week or two; be sure to check back often!
We have also arrived to the month of LOVE. As mentioned in our previous blog - here is the first way to say 'I Love You' in Gaelic:
Tá grá agam duit (I love you or I have love for you) - this phrase is said to all of whom you love (Nana, child, friend, etc.).
What a lovely element of the combination of linguistics of Gael and English, to express your endearment of said, in your Celtic tongue to your beloved.