Tuesday, May 8, 2012

My view for the next week....



My uncle lives very close to the castle...anytime I walk 'doon the toon' I pass right by it.  I am looking forward to a week of Irn Bru, fish & chips with mushy peas, visits with cousins, big burly accents and Coronation Street in real time.  I'll miss my guys 'sae muckle' but it will be nice to not have to cook or clean up after anyone for a few days.

Royal Ribbons will be 'closed' until May 17th.  I will be answering emails but not printing ribbon until I get back. 

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Have a fabulous day!

13 comments:

Glitterista said...

Have a blast and safe travels! :)

MCW said...

Have so much fun! I loved the German castles I saw. One day I will see the Scottish ones!

JulesTX said...

You had me at Irn Bru.....

Enjoy !!

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

Coronation Street! I bet you're "chuffed to little mint balls"!

Wendy said...

Have a great time!

fGs said...

If you see Tabitha tell her I said hello!

fGs said...

If you see Tabitha tell her I said hello!

Whitney and the Preppy Puppies said...

Have a fabulous time! I can't wait to see all your pictures!!!

Beth Dunn said...

Have fun honey!
xoxo
SC

Tabitha said...

How cold is it? Are you surviving? How long are you here for? Questions, questions, questions.

Frankly, Scarlett said...

Have a great time! My very favorite city!!! Enjoy!

About Last Weekend said...

Oh how fabulous - have a good plate of fish and chips (with vinegar) and mushy peas for me!

Shelley said...

I was confused for a moment when I read 'doon the toon' as they say that here in Newcastle. But then I've always thought the Geordie accent sounds quite Scottish. Hope you've had yourself some haggis. I love the stuff, though I don't indulge very often. Then again, you can just walk it off up and down the Royal Mile. We're going to visit Sarah, Bill's daughter, in a few weeks up there in Edinburgh. I'm planning on visiting a few wee thrifty shops in Morningside and Merchiston. I'll look forward to hearing all about your adventures in Scotland!