Tuesday, December 30, 2008
New Year's Eve-Eve
We all sing Auld Lang Syne on New Year's Eve but what does it mean?
It's an old Scotch phrase that means "Old Long Since" but would be more appropriately translated today to "Long, long, ago".
Some say Rabbie Burns wrote the poem but some say he only added to the already existing poem. If you're interested in reading the poem, and a Gaelic translation, click on Rabbie Burns' name.