National Flower of Scotland

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There are over 300 photos on my pc now, so it is going to take awhile to get them all up, but here is a starter.

Scotland trip to Lossiemouth 088

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Author: Jill Stewart

I am a 37 -year-old woman from Arkansas who is happily married to a Scottish immigrant aka “the hubby” “the hubs” or if I am calling him directly “YO YOU!” We’ve been married for 3 years and it’s been a crazy ride, and unfortunately our finances have been beat to death in the last few years. We have two dogs and a cat, no kids. The Blog- What’ll you find: Financial Information as we try to become debt free My attempts at working and trying to maintain a home to the standards I like My adventures in learning how to sew Arts and craft projects Funny tidbits from my life including living with a Scottish person, the dogs, and other oddball things that happen to me. What you won’t find: Much on children. I don’t have kids and I can’t have kids. Recipes- I don’t mind cooking, but unless it’s something really special, don’t come here looking for the weekly recipe! You won’t find it- unless you ask my husband. If you’re interested in what you see, please follow me on Facebook or sign up for emails! Most of all, leave a comment or ask a question! I am always happy to hear from you!

7 thoughts on “National Flower of Scotland

  1. Wow, that purple is so vibrant!

  2. somehow that seems so fitting to be the national flower.  looking forward to reading about your trip and seeing more photos

  3. Great shot.  Scotland has long been on my list of places I’d like to visit.  Sigh, maybe someday.

  4. If I remember well, your birthday is this week…have a nice birthday!

  5. The thistle has always been one of my favourite symbols of Scotland.  This picture is beautiful!  I hope I get to see Scottish thistles in Scotland one day.

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