Singing along is not only encouraged, it's expected.
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Sara has a mild obsession with llamas. She squeals with delight and jumps up and down every time she sees one. She demanded that the Web Mistress include a llama on the site, threatening lots of pain, death, and lack of chocolate if her demands were not met.
The redesign of our website was by our good friend Jodi Thibeault with technical assistance from Jason Thibeault.
Ciad Mille Failte (pronounced Key ut me luh fal chuh) means "One hundred thousand welcomes" and is a traditional Gaelic greeting extended by Nova Scotians to all who cross our border. The spelling here is taken from the Scottish, that being the homeland of the many of the early settlers to our province. Nova Scotia is Latin for "New Scotland".
The Irish equivalent is "Cead Mile Failte."
At this time none of us are able to converse or perform in Gaelic. Both Mark and Sara have expressed an interest in learning the language and finding some songs that we can add to our repertoire at some point in the future.