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The Bonnie Wee Window

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  2. Recent exterior finished in the bonnie wee village of Findochty. More than just a quick freshen up. All walls finished in Sandtex Trade High Cover Magnolia White window surrounds finished in Johnstones Trade Stormshield Pliolite White All old silicone around window frames cut out, backfilled and re sealed with a paintable sealant.
  3. The Hugh MacDonald Fountain at Glasgow Green, early 20th century. MacDonald () was a poet and writer. He was best known for Rambles Round Glasgow () in which he recorded the walks he and his friends took in and around Glasgow in the midth century.. Also known as the "Bonnie Wee Well" (after a line from one of MacDonald's poems), this drinking fountain was designed by John.
  4. And th windows were less It had but four panes And one needed a glass CHORUS: O, th bonnie wee window Th nice little wndow Th prettyest window That ever yoy saw VERSE 2 O, it happened one night That grandma went to her bed John, the cleverest sweetheart That young Nellie had Came over th hill His sweetheart to see An' under th window Plainly talked he, of VERSE 3.
  5. In a bonnie wee hoose wi' her grannie did dwell; The hoose it was wee, but the windows were less, It had but four panes, and ane wanted gless. 'Twas a bonnie wee window, a sweet little window.
  6. bonnie_wee_swordsman. Chapter Samhain Claire was working overnight, this evening, and Jamie was feeling just that wee bit awkward about the prospect of a social gathering without her at his side. Granted, he would know nearly everyone present; He craned his neck out the window.
  7. bonnie_wee_swordsman. Chapter 3. Notes: (See the end of the chapter for notes.) Chapter Text. Oxford Three weeks later She phoned to say she’s headed home now, but wants some fresh blooms for her window boxes, and wishes to plant them first thing in the morning.”.
  8. Frae the bonnie wee window, the handsome wee window. When Johnnie got hame, we’ an ax sin he, O’ his wooden gravat, soon set himself free, And vowed the diel micht hae him for his sin, If he e’er kissed a loass thru a window again. At a bonnie wee window, a handsome wee window. Tho the lassie be bonnie or leive wi her Granny.

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