Monday, September 30, 2013
Church and a Party and Fish and Chips
In the afternoon there was a birthday party for Taylor's grandson.
When I entered the room I thought I probably wouldn't know too many people. I was shocked when a tall young man came directly to me and gave me a hug! Thinking this was a rather warm welcome for Glasgow. Then he said, "Don't you remember me, Georgia? I'm Robbie Brodie!" Here is a photo of him and his family. Robbie also was a volunteer on the OMF Office Project in 1999.
I may have the day wrong, but one evening when I was in Glasgow we had fish and chips from the local chippy. What's not to love about this meal? I didn't have mushy peas though either of the times I had this in the UK. Not too sure if that's a regional side dish.
John also got one serving of haggis and chips and gave me some to taste. In this modernized form, without it's sheep's stomach casing I found it to be quite tasty. Am I a Scot or what?