For an informative podcast on Scottish ancestral research, have a look at my blog post on Simply Scotia for the link.
New blog post up on Simply Scotia telling of how our first winter on the East Coast is going.
I have lots of new posts on my fledgling site “Simply Scotia”.
Please drop by and let me know what you think of it. :)
A little while ago, I wrote this post “Winds of Change” and I finally have a peace about beginning something new.
This is harder than I thought it was going to be.
I wanted to bring Scotland, Ireland and Nova Scotia under one blog and I also was hoping to create something where I could write a little freer about my life. I wanted to change my focus from strictly writing about travel to writing about all of the things I like to write about. I wanted somewhere to be more expressive about who I am.
So I have begun a new blog “Simply Scotia“. I hope you like it.
I will keep Journeys to Scotland going for a while but I will be transitioning over to Simply Scotia within the next couple of months.
I have loved writing this blog and more than the writing, I have so enjoyed visiting with you, my blog friends. I hope you will come with me on my new adventure and we can continue our conversations. Thank you so incredibly much for all the encouragement, kind words and affirmation you have all given me on Journeys to Scotland over the years.
Coast to Coast … from West to East. 2015 has been quite a year. It’s strange to think we arrived here in the summer and now there is snow on the ground. So much stretching and learning this year. Leaving the familiar and growing into our lives here, it has been uncomfortable at times, exhausting definitely (especially re-arranging all of our belongings here in our new house) and yet growing to love our new place.
I wish you all a very Happy Year and best wishes for 2016!
These delightful cards are made by Ann of Brookwood Letters.
Here are the details:
6 different card designs
Cards are approx. 9.5 cms square and are left blank inside
Each box has the same selection of 6 cards and envelopes (as shown on the back of the box)
Each box has a different card picture printed on each box
They sell in the Gallery in Ullapool for £12 for a box
She is hoping to increase her stock in 2016 so be sure to check back next year!
If you are on Arran this coming weekend or plan to go for a visit, there is a shopping extravaganza happening.