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My last day in Scotland

I am going to miss all you very much.

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Today is my last full day in Scotland. This morning I started to pack all my stuff. It's going to be hard to fit it all in. I spent the day with John and Betty, just hanging out at their house. Today was the first day where it has rained all day. If we got this much rained in one day our drought would be over. Gran and I watched the TV show "The Chase". I am going to miss watching it with her. At 5:30pm, John took Kayleigh, Scott and I up to the Thistle Inn. I wanted to take my niece and nephew out to dinner. It was really nice to just sit there with the two of them and talk. We had fun. The food was really good and we got the entire meal for half off, which is always a good thing. We walked back in the rain to the house and John was mad that we didn't call him to come and get us. We all dried off pretty quick. We sat around and talked for awhile and then Kayleigh and Scott left to go home. Gary and Audrey came over to say goodbye. We all had dessert together, Betty made an apple tart that was delicious. Audrey had to go up to glasgow to pick up her daughter from the airport at 1:30am. I told her I would go with her. Gary was sick and had to wake up to go to work early in the morning. We did pretty good going up, we missed one exit and went around and got back on again. We finally found Dana and Brian and took Brian back to his house in Muirkirk. We got a little lost on the way home, but we eventually made it back on the M8. I got back to Cumnock at 3:45am. Yes I was tired. I need to be up at 7:00am!

Posted by Daniellecand 10:24 Archived in Scotland

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