Who is Reading?
So…as I have had a long day, am taking a break in my editing, and glanced at some things on the blog tonight but know tomorrow will be a jam-packed day…I have seen over time that there are people here from Trinidad and Tobago, Russia, New Zealand, Britain, parts of Africa, countries in South America, and really, from all over the world.
Please leave a comment. What brought you to Gaelic Word a Day? What sparked your interest in Scotland or learning Gaelic? Mine came, strangely enough, by way of trombone. Blue Bells of Scotland is a piece many advanced trombonists (at least of my generation) aspired to play. This influenced my writing, which led me to studying Gaelic to know what the people in my book really speak.
I would love to hear from those who read, which is now one to two hundred a day.
And a word or two about the world:
- saoghal m (SOO-hul) world
- talamh m (TAHL-uhv) earth, world
- air an talamh, mar a nithear air nèamh on earth as it is in heaven