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What a great day it has been! This morning started with a bit earlier wakeup call but that's ok as we were given breakfast in bed - yoghurt and a cup of tea - I am thinking that I could get used to this but I don't think my husband will agree. Ready and out the door by 10am to head to church, a lovely time of fellowship, new songs and meeting some lovely new people. Home ...
... mutual interests in the show - Toby made it known Midsomer Murders was not his favourite TV show. After lunch and a lively discussion we said our goodbyes. Toby and I went to the patisserie for sweets and then started our walk back to the meeting point to catch the bus.
On every block there were homeless people and beggars. I constantly felt sad in Edinburgh. We went past a few people wrapped up in thin blankets outside shops. I'm not ignorant to the fact ...
... by Gabbie who performed a scene with Lindsay before Lindsay sang. I ended up leaving as I feared that the Press Conference would run long and I did not want to leave the group without me on their very first High Street performance.
I have posted the video of Lindsay singing here:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T_Pim7J fyFA&list=UUEBksUlgk8RKVH4LKAYocyQ< br>
Those of you who know me, know that I rarely ...
... Pam (the receptionist) and I 'yelled' - "IT'S SNOWING! IT'S SNOWING". His response, "Australians!"
I stood out there for about 5 mins and took a couple of pics but thought I should get back to work.
In the next hour it got heavier, and heavier! Yay! (Other's responses were, 'You're crazy, how am I going to get home, it isn't that bad yet... blah, blah, blah")
Well as I was trying to do my hardest to not be distracted, I was looking out ...
... and disemboweled! Our haggis was then served with neeps and tatties which is turnips and potatoes. It's very spicy but very nice. We've discovered in Scotland that everything comes with turnips. Garry swears that if you ordered coffee it'd come with turnips. We were told earlier in the day by Bill our guide, that it was the haggis hunting season and that they were wee things with 2 legs short on one side and 2 legs long on the other side to make it easier for ...