Sunday, 15 June 2014

First things first

Okay, I know today is Sunday and Sunday's are usually reserved for Photo on Sunday. But then again, the other days of the week are usually reserved for some type of ordinary post. Which didn't appear. It wasn't a case of not wanting. I did want, since I had so much to tell. It wasn't a case of not being able to. I had access to a computer and could have posted ten posts a day if I had wanted. It was a case of severe brain freeze and my fingers not cooperating. In other words: I had forgotten my password!

So, there I was at my new friend Yamini's place over in Scotland and my fingers were hovering over her keyboard. And for the life of me I couldn't remember my password. At all at all! There was a letter missing (which I found again after a while), but the numbers never came. At least not the right numbers or not in the right order. I was unable to post. 

It didn't stop me having a good time over there in Scotland though. Because yes, this time I did go to Scotland. Flew out to Edinburgh, rented a car, drove, took a ferry, drove a bit further and arrived at Yamini's doorstep. During the whole week the weather stayed good. Only giving us/me a few drops every now and then, but never so much as to ruin anything. 

Yamini, I thank you for your hospitality and hope to be meeting up with you again in the future. The photos today are just a bit of a tease for you all. Over the next few days I will be posting more and telling more. 


  1. Hari OM
    Whhoooohhoooooo- it was my great pleasure to be your base and companion for this fun few days. Got good value out of them I would say!!! Am looking forward to seeing it through your eyes now &*> YAM xx

  2. Too funny about the password! It is a bummer when one cannot remember essential items like one's password. Then the second level of security, the phone call to the number that is still at home. That is exactly what happened my last trip to visit my Sissy! Love the pictures and looking forward to more!

    1. The thing is, I have several passwords and I got them mixed up. Very annoying. But on arriving home, I was able to log in and then immediately changed my password! To one I will remember!!

  3. I keep my banking password in my head (well also stored in a file) and I know it well, but sometimes it gets lost for just a little while. :)

  4. Sounds like you are heading toward the dreaded Old Age, but I certainly hope not, because I know you're too young to be old. I know the feeling, though. I used to have just one password for everything, until I was told it wasn't safe to do that. Ha, it would be safer to be able to remember them all, I think.
    Hi from Dick and Lindy (he's watching TV, she's here snoring behind me).
    Luv, K

  5. It sounds perfect and I can't wait to read more. Love the horse head!


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