Life stresses have been appearing all over the place; I’m stuck living with the uncertainty of the future, being in a kind of stop-gap, while somehow simultaneously missing people and places of the past so much. I don’t know if I really feel settled here yet. However, I have been happy to spend the whole of the autumn, for the first time in about five years, in the city I know in my heart is home.
When it was still a little warmer, these were taken on a woodland walk on a lazy Sunday. It was so beautiful and bright. The river was a failure at Pooh sticks, unfortunately.
Also had a wander round the National Museum of Scotland.
I love these kind of rooftop views. They have a very 101 Dalmations feel to them.
The fifth of November,
The Gunpowder, treason and plot;
Finally, Camila (of The Things I Am Crazy For) and I staggered up Calton Hill, along with the entire population of Edinburgh, to see the fireworks on Bonfire Night, which was loads of fun.
So things aren’t too bad; just need to keep going.