Marriage, the Scots Language and Crows

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Despite feeling as though I could embark on a longer investigative type run I restricted the duration to 46 minutes along one of my standard routes. The morning was pleasantly warm and bright and the brain seemed to be functioning satisfactorily enough to also engage in some consideration of serious issues.

The topic of marriage along with associated concepts of "living together", separation and commitment were considered as presented in the linked and unedited video in an uncoordinated and unsystematic manner, as is always the case with my video jog blogs.

Part of the Scots poem entitled 'Caw! Caw! Caw!", which I think was written by J.C. Milne, was recited and interpreted. The full version of the poem is available in the: Scotstext website.

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