Tuesday, 24 November 2015

Life … in Scotland


Still life from Scotland · Lisa Stefan
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12 comments:

  1. Wow!! Big news Lisa!! Welcome to your new home and I hope you will all be very happy in Scotland! Seems like you are moving slowly closer to your homeland:-) Looking forward to discovering more of your new home and surroundings!

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    1. Thank you, Igor. Yes, we are closer to home ... not that we have felt any homesickness since moving abroad. Compared to the English, the Scots are more like Icelanders. I get the feeling we will be quit content here. It was about time to live so close to the sea. I love the sea!

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    2. I meant to write quite ... not quit!

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  2. Oh, Lisa, just yesterday I was wondering about the reasons your posts had become so few and far between. I truly admire your resilience to be moving around so much! I LOVE Scotland, by the way, visited near Loch Ness just this past August. Wish you all the very best at the new place!

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    1. Thank you, Inga. Did you spot the Loch Ness monster? My daughters are sure it's there ;-)

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    2. Personally, I think they didn't need to invent this "magnet". :-) The lake and the surroundings are already in themselves worth a visit. The lake is especially spectacular when choppy due to wind.

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  3. Oh wow! Wishing you a lovely time settling down and enjoy the sea.

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  4. Lisa, such amazing news! It sounds like you are getting settled and loving it. I adore Scotland deeply and have spent many magical, wonderful times there. Wishing you the very best and a beautiful Christmas in one of the most enchanting places on Earth. xo

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    1. Thank you, Georgianna. We are settling well and looking forward to what the future holds here in Scotland.

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