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I give you one try to guess what day it is.IT’S MAHH BIIIRRRRRFFFDAY!Eh, I’m 20 :/Oh well!So I woke up really early today, which for those who know me
is not my ideal birthday morning.But it was ok as I was going with 4 other girls to the
Highland Games!As I was getting ready (in ironically the exact same outfit I
wore last year…such is a traveller’s life) I got given a box of chocolates!How sweet is that! ...
... well-known city, but it has a fairly poor reputation as a big industrial hub with lots of crime and gang violence. Luckily, we hadn't planned on spending too much time in Glasgow though - just one night.
We were able to use my employee rate at the Radisson Blu right downtown on Argyle Street. It was very nice, with a great modern feeling. After checking in, Mom, Dad, Nikki and I walked ...
... to add more water, the gearbox was clunking as well but we got back to the farm OK.
Three of us slept on the bus that night after a hearty meal and a nice drop of wine, I decided to try the bottom bunk. It was comfortable but needs some carpet on the floor to roll out on. The next night I tried the top bunk that also was comfy, I need to decide which one is best sooner or later.
Anyway the Sunday was spent fixing ...
Well, we are now in the last stages of the prep for the trip. Rena is in the kitchen getting her nails done, before the hairdresser arrives and I'm making sure all our hotels for next week have remembered that we are coming.
The fridge is now empty, so its out for dinner tonight, then back to a party at a neighbours house ...
... the home who I am and where I'm from when we leave her to have her dinner. Its nice to hear her saying nice things about me. Will be going up again before I leave on Friday.
Nothing much else happened today, so I will bid you farewell until tomorrow!!!!
Take care and play nice with each other. xxoo