Skene House Whitehall
Travel Blogs from Aberdeen
... ball lover.
currently deciding if an attempt to repair is worth the 45 pounds for what should be too big in 2 weeks time. that's if I can stay out of grocery stores like marks and spencer. it's a smorgasbord of deliciousness. while in the sew shop looking at patches, a lady came over and started rooting in her purse. she looks up at me and says "don't worry dear, I needed something in this bag of mine but I didn't want them to think I was ...
... so that won't be happening again.
been walking/ pulled along (spotty) quite a bit but yesterday was toned down due to rain. today we made up for it with a bit more exercise. started with a trip down to the river for some splash and dash. the dogs splashed than dashed. they come back but God it can be freaky when you can't see them. I think it's b/c they out number me three to one. but who can leave one behind when off walking? it seems ...
... Footdee area near the mouth of the river where fisherman once had a settlement. The 850 year old lighthouse from 1150AD was spectacular. Nev's cold was bad so we went to a medical centre and then the A and E department of the hospital to get him checked out. It was busy due to a local holiday so he had to make an appointment for 9.40 pm. We had tea with Roly and Joyce and talked sociology with Joyce as Roly went to his computer LINUX nerds ...
... meal! It was sooooo yummy! We then headed to church. Sara taught Daisha sheets class because he was in the states and I hung out with the older kids talking about their upcoming trip. After church I headed with billy to the football pitch and enjoyed a great football game! It was a close enjoyable match! But when I got home I was exhausted and went to ...
... to a photoshoot
with a friend of mine who is slightly (ok, completely) camera obsessed.
He did a great job, given his model was dressed as a
traveller and has hair as wild as the wind.
Then, after that, I made my way home very contented with how
my day had gone.
I had shared my journey with generous, kind people who were
happy to share it with me too.
People amaze me. They are so accepting!