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05 October 2010

a wee bit o' the piping...

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My stepdad Joseph arranged for the pipes to be played during the Celebration of Maggie's Life, It was way cool.

9 comments:

english inukshuk said...

that is wonderful! what a great piper, and how lovely to have had that as part of the day. . .

(-:

Jacqueline x

Mel said...

Okay....that was a way cool gift.
What a loving thing.

Still made me weepy, but you know me!

Spadoman said...

Yes, Way cool! My daughter's name is Maggie, the one that is no longer with us. Maybe the Maggies will meet in the afterlife.

Peace.

Travis Cody said...

That's wonderful.

Peace to you and yours.

Vinny "Bond" Marini said...

That is a wonderful thing...so happy he was able to do so

Zane D. Clark said...

Unfortunately I couldn't open it. But I am sure that it is wonderful.
z

Desert Songbird said...

That's a sound I want to have accompany me to heaven. :)

Linda said...

Ah, but I do love the pipes - along with a handsome man in a kilt playing them. I'm sure Maggie was looking down and loving it, too!

david mcmahon said...

You'd think the sound of bagpipes would not mean much to someone like me, who was born and educated in India - but bagpipes (a legacy of the Raj) are a stirring sound to anyone who grew up in Calcutta.

Believe it or not, they are even mentioned in an Indian setting in my first novel.

Thank you for dropping by and saying hello on my blog. I can't believe I have been away for more than a year ....