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... my goal.
Then I made as stop at Primark to see if they had throw rugs, which they did not. I got a couple other household items. Helping to complete my room, and make it my home.
As I left Primark to go catch a bus, I passed an Ambulance parked at a bus stop. I looked around for the person in need of care and found a man in a bright yellow vest who was talking to the medics. I found this set up odd, but maybe the victims wear bright vests for safety ...
... lecturer told us to brainstorm with no judgment, its about quantity at this stage not quality, and I don't see them coming up with new ideas. Anyway that's may rant for the post. On a more practical note, just about anything you can imagine has already been invented. But a brilliant idea will some up soon, I hope.
Then I had my Work and Organisational Behaviour lecture, where covered the riveting topic CV's with an equally interested audience. It was ...
... with our wedding coordinator at the hotel to go over some last minute details. Our second stop of the day was to the Tuxedo rental store, which is technically a Kilt rental store with a few tuxedo options. We opted to have David wear a tuxedo instead of a kilt because we couldn't really prove that he was “Scottish” enough to wear one for all of our wedding photos that we will have for life. David’s mom did some research though and found that there are some ...
... distillery in the market town of Oldmeldrum. It’s Scotland’s most easterly distillery and produces hearty Highland malts. Let me be honest here; I knew very little about whisky before my visit and found it hard to taste anything other than, well… whisky. The distillery was built in 1797 from local granite, when two brothers set out to make beer and whisky. They soon discovered which was more profitable and Glen Garioch now produces ...
... travelled by ferry from Skye to Mallaig and past Ben Nevis and the Cairngorms and stopped at Bannockburn to see monument of Bonnie Prince Charlie on our return to Hotel. Tomorrow is a cruise and lunch on Loch Lomond, we visit the town of Luss on the banks of Loch Lomond and arrive in Glasgow about 5pm. Certainly an eventful day today with many snaps and a lot of ...