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Aberdeen, I have been pleasantly surprised!

Today was my first day in my new store and I loved it.
I'm pretty tired, as I was looking at paperwork all day, but as first impressions go all was good.
Everyone has a different management style and there are a few things that I will tweak in time but as handovers go, it was a pleasant handover.

Aberdeen as a whole has been great. 
The city is beautiful.


People are so friendly.
I have the BEST tour guides who have taken time to show me pretty sights and tell me stories about the city.



I have a new favourite phrase: 'Torry Battery'

Torry Battery
I have found Tayto. Real tayto. Not the NI version.
I have done Karaoke twice (!)
I have twirled
I have been to the beach


I have a lovely wee flat, and a superb flat mate
I get to see my gal, Claire quite a lot 
Claire makes us apple crumble with apples from her garden

When I came to Aberdeen, I came with a very set plan.
A very rigid timescale. 
Not even one week in and I am not so sure any more.
I think Aberdeen is going to be a life changer.
A game changer
I think there will be a lot of laughter here
 And I'm really looking forward to it.

Comments

  1. I really wanna go there. What a stunning place! I'm glad its charms have worked on you so far and you're settling. Laughter is obviously the best medicine.

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  2. You are welcome anytime! If you come soon you can go visit Beau in his Scottish castle!

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