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I caught the bus home, and organized a wee bit and caught up with some friends and family on facebook. I also made a grocery list for my dessert I am making for my guy friend, David for my date tomorrow night.
It was already dark by the time I walked to ASDA (Europe's much friendlier Walmart). I spent quite a while hunting down every little item I needed only failing to find pecans. I sparked a conversation with the customer service and cashier, and discussed ...
... that the groupies behind me got on about how they were going to spend there weekend and how the guest lecturer was a bother. Opps, did it again. Guess school and student dynamics are universal. The struggle is real. And yes, inconsiderate students annoy me even in Scottish. The female Scottish is less forgivable than the male accent. I still was interested in the class and wanted to see if I could learn something new about CV's from across the pond.
We are staying in Dufftown, Banffshire. The town is between Mortlach and Craighellachie.
There is certainly a Canadian connection. Sir Mount Stephen was born here. He was one of the Scots who funded the CPR giving names to towns across Canada. They were either homesick Scots or didin't have any imagination! ....Interesting facts, Mortlach here is twinned ...
... My poor father was not too excited when he heard I was stealing his wife for the evening J but he was a good sport. We had some great mother, daughter time and I got to open some wedding gifts from her before we went to bed!
After a good night sleep our wedding day was finally here! The boys left the hotel early to head into town and grab a nice breakfast and hang out before they had to be dressed and ready for the 2pm ceremony. The girls stayed and had breakfast at ...
... dining and champagne bar. I sampled some excellent wood pigeon, followed by wild mountain hare, deliciously paired with seasonal veg and quirky twists. Moonfish Café also came highly recommended and didn’t disappoint. In the Merchant Quarter of the city, it overlooks the 12th century St Nicholas Church. The promise of an extensive gin list brought us in but the imaginative dishes, with swatches of flavour, were divine and the service was impeccable too.