Na Guirm

An-raoir chaidh mi gu cuirme-ciùil ann an taigh-osda Fat Cat. Bha triùir seinneadairean ionadail a’ seinn, agus is aithne dhomh dithis aca. Sheinn a’ chiad aca a òrain fhéin, gu beag-nithe, agus sheinn an dara aca Na Guirm, agus bha barrachd atharrachadh eadar a òrain na a robh eadar òrain a’ chiad fhear. Bha iad math gu leòr, ach bha mi toilichte gu robh an chuirm saor an-asgaidh.

Bha uisge ann a-raoir, agus bha i neulach madainn an-diugh, ach tha i briagha feasgar an-diugh. Anochd bidh mi a’ bruidhinn Fraingis comhlà ri mo charaidean ann taigh-osda ri cois na mara.

Aréir chuaigh mé go ceolchoirm i dteach tabhairne an Fat Cat. Bhí triúir amhránaí áitiúila ag ceol, agus tá aithne agam ar beirt acu. Cheol an chead acu a amhráin fhéín, go príomha, agus cheol an dara acu na Gormacha, agus bhí níos mó difríochtaí idir eatarthu na a raibh idir amhráin an chead fhear. Bhí siad maith go leor, ach bhí mé sásta go raibh an ceolchoirm saor in aisce.

Chuir sé báistí aréír, agus bhí sé scamallach maidin inniu, ach tá sé go breá trathnóna inniu. Anocht beidh mé ag déanamh cómhra le mo chairde i dteach tabhairne cois fharraige.

Last night I went to a gig a the Fat Cat pub. Three local singers were performing, and I know two of them. The first one sang mostly his own songs, and the second sang the Blues, and there was more variation between his songs than between the first guy’s. They were not bad, but I was happy that it was a free event.

I rained this last night, and was cloudy this morning, but it’s fine this afternoon. Tonight I’ll be speaking French with some friends in a pub by the sea.

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