Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )hello pal.. always like a blether.. good to catch up with you on here )
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )Great to see you here Dorothy. I'm just having a cuppa. Look forward to catching up later x
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )I know there was another Scottish thread, but this is for anyone from Scotland. From the highlands to the lowlands
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )Hi Myra, glad that Martin is getting a lot of fun out of his santa beard & hat! I thought it was perfect for him. I am off work this week, haven't taken holidays at Christmas time for years so thought I would this year for a change. Its so nice just relaxing and pottering around. I got my dad tickets for the Scottish Fiddle Orchestra at the Usher Hall so we are going to that tonight, should be good I think! Having a wee something to eat and a glass of wine first so looking forward to that. Catch you later xx
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )Hi, just popped into the Scottish thread because I think I belong here even though I am English. I live near Paisley,
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )hello Huggy good to see you on here, yes do pop in for a chat. This thread has just been started so hopefully more people will join in, the more the merrier. I know what you mean by your trolley looking emptier than others, I am much the same, despite the fact that I live with my 19 year old son who eats a lot! I am going to my sister's for New Years Day so I won't need to buy in loads of stuff anyway. OK bye for now!
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )Hi Huggy, good to see you here. Yes, people go mad at this time of year, filling their trollies sky high. My days of anything like that are long gone, as I'm on my own a lot of the time, apart from when my sons are there. It's like a bed and breakfast at mines. Revolving front door!
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )Alice, you are a saint abandoning your home to partygoers and even stocking up the fridge for them. Hope they appreciate it. What a mum!
Re: Over 50's Scotland club (Part 1 )Huggy, as long as the place is tidy when I come back then that's all I ask! It's just so much easier for them to come back here when they're in Glasgow, than to go back to where they now live. I'm no saint - I'm glad I won't be there in the thick of it all . I'll just be happy that they get home safe.