Misty, rainy evening in Scotland
Scotland is lovely, the pace of life much slower and more relaxed. I don't seem to have the same urgency to go out, do something, anything. Currently I'm almost never up til after 9am, but you know what? I'm not worried. I know this illness of mine goes in cycles and the present cycle is pain all the way. but what of it? I can't make myself better, no one can so I'm trying to let it slide over my head as much as I can. So what if I can only do a few steps without stopping, it gives me chance to see the birds, hear the sounds of the red kites overhead calling. So it isn't wasted time is it?We have done a little exploring , last week we visited the Gatehouse of Fleet and Kirkcudbright. The journey across the moors was great, we could see for miles as we drove and barely saw another car til we reached Gatehouse. Sunday we went to Moniaive and same again moors all the way and not a car. Its almost like we have the country to ourselves. Moniaive was a very picturesque village. A wonderful cafe there with the most amazing menu, all home made. If you are ever that way go visit the Green Tea House, you won't be disappointed. Apart from the good food there is a good range of local crafts to see including knitted items.
Well off to eat sirloin stri[ps cooked with limes, garlic, peppers, mushrooms and fresh rosemary. Talk later