Robert Burn’s Day

My heart’s in the Highlands, my heart is not here,                                                                      My heart’s in the Highlands a-chasing the deer –                                                                            A-chasing the wild deer, and following the roe;                                                                            My heart’s in the Highlands, wherever I go.                                                                           Robert Burns  1789

Beloved Alba                                                                                                                                                       I touched lands sacred to my ancientness and breathed the air of my own ancient spirits and it sparked a deep resurgence inside me.                                                                         Ceitidh Riley  2006

 

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About Kate Cowie Riley

Kate writes two blogs currently: "Weaving the Magic Thread ~ the texture of my life", a collection of auto-biographical essays; and "Scottish Heart", where she shares her love of Scotland and the trips through Scotland that she both plans and guides. She is also Copy Editor and Lead Contributor emeritus for Celtic Family Magazine. Kate retired in 2013 from nearly 40 years in Private Practice as a Somatic Psychotherapist & Bodyworker, Massage Therapy Instructor, Sivananda Yoga Teacher, Spa Director and Consultant who also wrote & taught about Eco-sustainability and WellBalance. Her professional blog, "The Riley School of Integrated Somatic Bodywork" is also retired. All of Kate's blogs are copyright by Kate Cowie Riley; all photos are copyright Kate Cowie Riley, unless otherwise stated. All photos and text or part thereof are not to be used for commercial purposes or without written permission from the author. All photos must be used in their original form, no addition or alteration are allowed. Any advertisements that are seen on the Wordpress sites are in no way supported by Kate Riley.
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