About Me

Hello and welcome to My Plaid Heart!

fullsizeoutput_276My name is Wendy and this is my blog about Scotland. Whether you have just stumbled upon this site for the first time or have been coming here for awhile, I’m so delighted you popped by.

My Plaid Heart is a Scottish travel blog where I share my experiences and adventures in the country with which I fell so head-over-heels in love. But it is also more than that. On the pages of this blog, I write about the history of the places that I have visited and about the historical figures whose influence can be seen and felt all across this amazing land. I explore music, literature, gardens, castles, and other architectural highlights. I talk about whisky and I even do a bit of Scottish cooking from time to time!

If you already love Scotland like I do or hope one day to experience it for yourself, then I invite you to hang around for awhile. Old friends or new-everyone is welcome! Come along with me and we’ll explore this amazing country together.

Cheers!

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A few things to note:

*Unless otherwise indicated, all photos on this site are Wendy’s personal property and are not to be used for public or personal use without written request and approval.

*All of my viewpoints are my own.  I do not get paid for any endorsements.

*I do my very best to provide my readers with accurate information (re. dates, historical facts, etc.).  However, if you feel you have come across an error, please don’t hesitate to drop me a note.


9 thoughts on “About Me

  • Hi Wendy, your passion for Scotland leaves an impression that eventually you will be a guide for Scotland in true sense with a collection of beautiful pics with their tag line and description covering all the dimensions thereof.
    Your awesome profile pics portrays you as a casual but dynamic traveler which must be aligned with your spirit to travel as an adventurer with a camera.
    Wish you all the best!

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  • Hello Wendy! Hope the passion of visiting the amazing places, clicking stunning pics, extracting the information from the history and disseminating the experience in the bunch of words, expressions wrapped up with sentiments and emotions will be in momentum as usual. Wish warm regards to all nice efforts!

    I belong to Bihar, India. The capital of the state Bihar is PATNA. On 22nd March 2018, there was a celebration locally known as Bihar Day to remember the day of formation of Bihar in 1912. I came to know from the news and a small video clipping that Scotland too has a place named as PATNA which has historical association with the capital of Bihar, PATNA.

    As i too write a travel blog about the places in India, and am preparing to write an article on PATNA, I request you to visit the Scotland, Patna and publish an article thereof, and share me with there pics as i will mention the Scotland, PATNA in my article with the courtesy of your pics. My blog is:
    https://seth-traveldiary.blogspot.in/

    Wish you in cheerful moments!

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    • Hi Pravin! Thanks for your wonderful comment. What a neat association between Scotland and your home country of India. I had not heard of Patna, Scotland before. I just did a quick Google search and it is located in East Ayrshire, a region of Scotland I have yet to visit. I won’t be visiting Scotland this year but perhaps I will be able to add that stop to my itinerary in the future. I look forward to reading your article. Thanks again for your comment!

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  • hi

    this is Prakash from India. loved ur blog and I m also from Bihar.
    hope to connect with Pravin soon for his experiences of life.
    I hope he is a good guy.
    keep the good job going.

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