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Scotland

I don't know if I have ever mentioned it
but I am moving to Scotland in a few months with my lovely boy.
I was thinking about Scotland a lot today
as I am very very very excited about the whole thing.
I have been to Scotland loads of times and I do love it.
So I began to think
Just to get myself all excited
Because I think it is important to keep excitement alive
what it is that I am looking forward to most.
This is what I came up with.

1. I am really looking forward to getting to know James' family a bit better.


A lot better really I guess considering I know next to nothing about them and they know next to nothing about me!
I have met most of his siblings and they all seem quite lovely so I'm not particularly nervous about being so close.
He also has the most adorable niece and nephews in Glasgow and it will be lovely to get to know them too.

2. Kilts.
I will be really disappointed if I don't see some Kilt action.
It may be dashing kilt action

or bold kilt action

I'm not fussy as long as I see some kilt!


3.
The land of jack daniels ribs and free refills.
Yum!

4. Exploring the highlands!

5. Visiting all the places made famous by my favourite Scotland(ish) movies




6. I'm looking forward to opening the next chapter in the story of Lu and James.

Who knows where this wonderful journey will take us!
xxx

Comments

  1. oh my my! i'm just so excited for you lu! what a wonderful chapter this will be!

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  2. You don't need to leave this country to explore where Braveheart was made! ;)

    Seriously though, sounds so exciting!

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