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Friday, May 14, 2010

Mothers are Forever



a 'stone man'
An old Scot's Gaelic blessing 
"Cuiridh mi clach air do chám"
"I'll put a stone on your cairn."




My mom and her great grand-daughter on Mother's Day, May 2010.  








3 comments:

Joanne said...

Lovely! What exactly does 'put a stone on your cairn' mean? What is the legend behind it. It is kind of poignant.

riverweave said...

I think it means live long and well and here's a stone on your cairn with the hope you do . . . that's what I want it to mean.

Susan Johnson said...

They look so much alike in this picture, their smiles especially. So sweet.