Men in skirts: Part 2 By tom  

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Hi here are some pictures of my pictures of the ball( actually there the Haughts pics I just took them)

Here I am with Emma, and on the left is Chad (Ladner) and THATgirl




From the left: Chad, Maryanna, Thomas, Emma Haught




Here I am with Emma just before the first waltz, Don't ask about the hand gesture I don't get it either........


see the waltz starts right after the grand march, but I forgot to put my dance shoes on, so I had to go to the side and put them on; at which point Mrs. Haught (Emmas mother) got a picture of us.












Heres me again, actually waltzing. hopefully you won't notice how bad I look. and if thats enough of burning the eyes out of your sockets with my pictures of me. here are some of some pretty people.......... I mean the next ones
















This is one of our protestant friends Nathan, and the back of the head is a trad Micheal smith










From the left: Nathan Harris, Micheal
Smith




There's my Cute little brother in the front dancing with the instructor a Mrs. Blackhall-Peters









And here's our beautiful friend, Ali Sentmanat




















Here is some of us in our kilts, don't ask about the leg thing I don't get it either, I didn't realize they actually got a picture of that.









Here I would like to end My parade of pictures the same way we ended the ball with a few rounds of what do you do with a drunken sailor, and The mermaid.





See kilts are awesome. And maybe if y'all are in town in may we can all go to the highland games together. ( or November for the Armond Bayou fall festival)

there are about 80 more picture of the ball that other people have but I can't post them all.
and while were talking about scottish stuff I'll close with a Poem I like( though didn't write)


music first on this earth was heard
in Gaelic accents deep,
When Jubal in his Oxtar
Squeezed the Blether of a sheep.

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13 comments

Wonderful, Tom, thanks for all the pictures!

October 21, 2009 at 11:36 AM

Outstanding pictures!!!

October 21, 2009 at 4:46 PM

nice

October 21, 2009 at 5:43 PM

And of course the Scottish just "borrowed" the idea of the kilt from the léine, an Irish tunic.

Great pictures.

October 22, 2009 at 9:58 AM

Yestarday a Breton was dressed in a kilt at St Nicolas de Chardonnet.

We had discussed briefly, me and some people I did not know, whether he was Scotsman or not. As I was interested in the question, I went forth and asked if he be Scots or Breton, and Breton was the answer.

Oh, CP: the kilt is NOT a lower part of the tunic, but the cut off part of a belted plaid. Up to 1745 the belted plaid was more common, afterwards it has been cut into two, like kilt below and plaid (smaller than original) hanging from one shoulder, if even as much.

I am not sure the belted plaid was ever worn in Ireland, I think it is a highlanders' feature. But tartan as we know it seems to be younger than the belted plaid.

October 26, 2009 at 3:10 AM

you lost me

October 26, 2009 at 3:27 PM

Bubble, if you don't know what they're talking about, look it up instead of leaving pointless comments. The discussion of plaids stems from the kilts, of course.

October 27, 2009 at 10:02 PM

Belted plaid, wikipedia

October 28, 2009 at 4:31 AM

Funnily enough, I was wearing a green skirt this morning. My trousers were wet from washing in the shower yesterday, and had to be wrapped in newspapers so I could get them half dry before the shower this morning.

October 28, 2009 at 4:32 AM

Oh, what is called great kilt here is the plaided belt.

October 28, 2009 at 4:34 AM

Wikipedia is really not an authoritative source....

Just saying.... :P

October 30, 2009 at 10:33 PM

ill try to stop leaving piontless comments(trey being the key word in that phrase)

November 2, 2009 at 9:53 AM

Thomas Ladner! I had no idea you write on a blog! :-)

-NathanH

December 7, 2010 at 10:35 PM

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