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    Pointed Star ~ Another of the early geometric signs, it depicts a large, eight pointed star, usually blue. Tulips and sheaves of wheat are nestled alternately between the star's points. A smaller, eight pointed star forms the design center. The stars and wheat symbolize abundance and goodwill; the tulips are for faith and trust in mankind. Overall, this design offers abundance and goodwill to all. Its striking appearance and meaning made it one of the more commonly used barn sign

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    massed pipes and drums by the royal edinburgh military tattoo

    royal stewart, shown here on a cousin of the queen

    In a full Stewart Clan Tarton Kilt, "Amazing Grace" on bagpipes, Memorial at RAF Lakenheath by Beverly & Pack, via Flickr

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    32 To terrorise rebellious Lowlanders, the Stewart kings employed Highland clans led by men such as the chief seen in a portrait by Michael Wright Picture:Lord Mungo Murray [Am Morair Mungo Moireach], 1668 - 1700. Son of 1st Marquess of Atholl

    Sir James Stewart, "The Black Knight of Lorn" - 2nd husband of Joan Beaufort and father to John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl. - 16th Maternal Great Grandfather.

    Elizabeth Mure Stewart (1320-1354) Queen Consort of Scotland, Countess of Strathearn, Countess of Athol and wife of King Robert II of Scotland. (grandson of Robert the Bruce) My 17th, 18th, 19th & 20th great grandparents.

    John Stewart, 1st Earl of Atholl - son of Joan Beaufort and her second husband, James Stewart the Black Knight of Lorn. 15th Maternal Great Grandfather.

    The Appin Banner - flown by Stewart of Appin's regiment at the Battle of Culloden.

    Alexander Stewart, The Wolf of Dunkeld

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    Reminder for when you are struggling just to get through the day

    Psych. - assuming his pants aren't on fire ... I'm literally watching this episode right now. Season 3 episode 14

    Love You a Bushel and a Peck Sign.

    November - Adoption Awareness Month

    adoption poem

    Adoption / I love this and have to find a way to put get this and frame it.

    I Grew in My Mommy's Heart

    just goes to show that love knows no boundaries :)

    Any man can be a father, but it takes someone special to be a dad! #adoption #quote