That’s how I feel about this second part of Outlander Season 2. Don’t get me wrong. It was nice to be in France. The clothes were extravagant. The sets and settings were opulent with the grand homes and the beautiful gardens. The experience was different than anything we had encountered so far. And it was all fun and games….until it wasn’t. I felt like a stranger in a strange land. It began to feel like when you go to your great aunt’s house for a visit, everything is new and different, but it’s not yours. It’s fun to explore her rooms and closets, but soon you want to go home and be in your own bed. I began to long for those Scotland feels, sights, and sounds!! I wanted those warm wools and a dram of whisky. But more than anything, I longed for the penny whistle, the bodhran and the bagpipes in full force!
|Don’t worry! You’ll get this reference in a sec . . .|
|Lone Piper Would Call For Battle|
So settle in; pass a dram, or two; and Fàilte!!