My Comparative Essay

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My Comparative Essay On 2 different Cultures! This essay is about two completely different walks of life between a elderly Scottish man and a young beautiful French Canadian women with that being said I’m hoping you’ll enjoy the lives of these two wonderful individuals. Mr. Allister Boyd was born on April, 26th ,1935 in Sydney, Nova Scotia a although his ancestor came from Scotland to Newfoundland in 1840 also his then married parents moved to Nova Scotia in 1927 before the British Dominion became a province in 1949. Allister grew up as an only child. In 1962 he met the love of his life Pauline and got married they had 3 children Judy, James and heather also have 4 grandchildren and 1 great grandchild in the same year the celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary which was spent in Maui. In contrast to the French Canadian lady who was born in 1988 in Kitimat BC to common law parents which separated 2 years later also the youngest of 4 children who is still single and has no know children. So join in on the fun roll coaster about two completely different walks of life between a elderly Scottish man and a young beautiful French Canadian women . In French weddings it’s traditional that in small towns such as shefferville where my dad is from the groom would call the bride in the morning of the wedding also the children in the wedding would block the brides way to the church with white ribbons that she would have to cut in order to get where she needed to be also the brides bouquet was filled with certain types of flowers that were scented to swear of evil or bad spirits. In contrast Scottish weddings its costume to 'Blackening' the groom is captured by his friends and is stripped to the waist before bound and 'blackened' by using feathers, soot and flour! He is then paraded through his hometown by his friends make as much noise as possible to make

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