Saturday, July 14, 2007

Almost Back To Normal...

Thanks for all your comments. We are settling in well, but still only have a dial up connection...and it's super slow...pah! We should have broadband by next weekend if things go to plan (which they haven’t so far…). Due to lack of kitchen equipment and general laziness I haven’t been cooking anything exciting so I don’t have that much to tell you all. Our belongings should arrive in about two weeks which means that I can get busy in the kitchen again!

I’m looking forward to getting back to reading all your blogs regularly and I have lots of thing in Edinburgh that I want to explore and blog about…

Have a great weekend!!

14 comments:

KleoPatra said...

Yay! You're back. Glad you arrived safely... looking forward to future blogs from you about your new digs and everything else!! Hope you're feeling great!

Carrie™ said...

Glad to hear you are back home. I would check in every once and a while to see how things were going. Can't wait to hear all about your experiences in Edinburgh!

bazu said...

Good to know you guys are settling in. Can't wait to hear about your adventures! Are you going to the fringe festival?...

Kati said...

Oooh Edinburgh (pronounced ed-in-bur-row??) - how cool! Can't wait to see what you're up in across the ocean. Glad moving went well!

aTxVegn said...

I'm glad to hear you're getting settled in. That was quite a move! I can't wait for your upcoming posts!

urban vegan said...

Miss you, Scottsie!

Vicki's Vegan Vice said...

Really looking forward to hearing all about Edinburgh! Have fun setting up your kitchen.

Johanna3 said...

Glad you arrived safely!!

Veg-a-Nut said...

I glad you are beginning to get yourself settled. Moving is such a drag. I hope you get to have some fun cooking up your lovely creations soon!

little bird said...

Good luck with your new life in Edinburgh. Until recently, I used to live there, so I'd definitely recommend the tomato man at the farmers' market (can't remember his actual name) - tomatoes that taste like tomatoes should! And Real Foods is good for bits and bobs. Enjoy.

Holler said...

Had a great day in Edinburgh on Tuesday! I was shoe shopping with my friends, for my wedding!

There are way too many sales on in Edinburgh just now, everything is piled up in a heap! Thank goodnes for John Lewis!

Had a great lunch in an Italian in Hanover Street. The first one on the left, as you go down! The lunch menu was very cheap! Unfortunately I burnt my finger on a hot plate! I was warned!

Hope you are settling in well!

scottishvegan said...

Thanks for the comments guys! :)

bazu, yes we will be going to the fringe festival. We haven’t got tickets for anything yet, but we will get some!

kati, it’s pronounced a bit more like ed-in-burra!

little bird, I went to the farmer’s market the other week and I didn’t see a tomato man :( I love Real Foods…been there a number of times already!

holler, I didn’t realise you are getting married! Congratulations! Glad you had a fun day in Edinburgh!

Anonymous said...

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