Traffic Jam in Aberdeenshire

This was such a fun moment for me. We were traveling through Aberdeenshire, Scotland when we came upon this shepherd and his trusty canine companion moving their flock from one pasture to another. It’s a hundred of these wonderful little Scottish moments that stick with me the most.

I am going to take a short media break for the remainder of September, but I will anxiously look forward to seeing you all again in just a few short weeks!

xo,

Me & Mr. C

Twenty-five years ago today a lovely young girl married a delightful young boy in the living room of his parents’ home. The boy and girl (because that’s really what they were) had been just friends until one day they decided they were in love and wanted to spend the rest of their lives together. They planned a small wedding and four months later, the boy and the girl became one.

They were a perfect match.

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Old Packhorse Bridge

It’s Friday again! I can’t believe it. I also can’t believe it’s nearly September. And fall. Bring it on. Anyway, hope ya’ll have had a nice week. Oops-sorry, my Oklahoma roots just popped out for a sec. Well, better that than my gray roots, I suppose. 🙂

Today I want to show you Old Packhorse Bridge. This pretty bridge is located in the village of Carrbridge, just off of the A938 in the Cairngorms National Park.

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The Day I Broke My Internet

Oh Heaven help me. I am just not made for technical stuff. Suffice it to say, it’s been a rough week blog-wise. A week full of me trying to be independent and proactive and trying to figure out complicated things on my own, all culminating with me accidentally deleting my site from the internet and ending up in tears on the phone with Mr. C while he was at work. Did I mention I’m not made for technical stuff?

When I began this blog two years ago, I pretty much just plunged in head first, figuring things out as I went. By trial and error and within a short period of time, I had what I thought was a pretty nice looking site set up and running. I was anxious to begin writing and that’s what I have happily been doing since. All was right in my blogging world. Until…

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Wee Sweet Faces

Following each of our trips to Scotland, I like to create a coffee table photo book as a way to both commemorate our adventures and to share the highlights of our trips with others. Today I thought it would be fun to share with you a page from the book I am currently working on. It’s just a little snapshot of some of the wee sweet feathered and furry faces we met when we were there this past May. Cuties all of them. 🙂

Have a terrific week, everyone. I’ll see you again soon.