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Here is a step-by-step guide on how to fashionably fit in in Glasgow, as decided by myself through careful observation over the last two days. For women: Step one: Straighten your hair. Whether you wear it down or pulled back super tight, it must be straightened. Step two: Go open your makeup bag and see what's inside. Put all of it on your face. All of it. Step three: Open your closet and find the tightest pants ...
... car. It is exciting to be here at this time, which could be an important time in Scottish history! Off to Stirling tomorrow to see the impressive castle. Dawn here. While Stephanie and Barb were cavorting around the West Highlands I took many trains to travel down to Dumfries where my people are from. What really surprised me about Dumfries was the size of the town itself ... I was expecting it to be just sheep and a few people ... so not the ...
... rather than just some local yocals. It was definitely a very serious event. I don't think I had realised up until I arrived just how serious it was.
The grade Fours played first up. They were amazing. They played the best they have played and hit every note on key and on time. I have to confess, it was quite an emotional moment for me seeing my son play drums, in the pipe band, at the world championships in Glasgow. I know that watching from beyond, ...
... most of my Fendall heritage is of English stock, but down through the generations of Fendall’s, each of the spouses have provided additional lineage. If you read my blog from my trip to Scandinavia, my grandmother on my father’s side was Norwegian, and my great grandmother on my father’s side was Danish. If you go back even further on the Fendall side, there were various lines that dealt with the Scottish lines. Most notably, that of John ...
... water) that runs through Scotland. It also explains why wolves and bears used to reside in the Scottish highlands (before hunting forced them to extinction in Scotland) Anyway I'll stop, today's been like a very, very interesting class and I'm just overwhelmed with the sheer awesomeness of it all. I have to admit, I put the Braveheart theme song on repeat while we were driving through the highlands. Edinburgh as a city is ...