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#11
(11-03-2014, 07:14 AM)Eirene Wrote: I love Derby! I don't live in the city, just in a neighbouring village, but out of the many places I have lived, it is my favourite. All of my family are in Scotland, yet I chose to remain here in Derby (alone), because I love it here.

I was there about a month ago visiting my brother. I went on a couple of photograph trips. One was to the Lady Bower Reservoir, the other I walked along the Padley Gorge trail. Lovely views ! Beautiful scenery !
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#12
(11-03-2014, 07:21 AM)Triple Bogey Wrote:
(11-03-2014, 07:14 AM)Eirene Wrote: I love Derby! I don't live in the city, just in a neighbouring village, but out of the many places I have lived, it is my favourite. All of my family are in Scotland, yet I chose to remain here in Derby (alone), because I love it here.

I was there about a month ago visiting my brother. I went on a couple of photograph trips. One was to the Lady Bower Reservoir, the other I walked along the Padley Gorge trail. Lovely views ! Beautiful scenery !

& great photos as I recall Bogey!

What part of Scotland are your family in Eirene(if you don't mind me asking) I'm in Scotland.....I'm also signed into chat on my own in cse anyone wants to join me?
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#13
Prestwick in Ayshire. A lovely place. Hopefully I shall visit in January, after spending christmas completely alone, which is going to cripple me. I've never spent christmas alone before, especially without my parents. I'm actually dreading Christmas Eve Sad anyway... I love Scotland. I went to uni in Aberdeen - now that is a lovely city
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#14
I'm about to start recieving those invitations from friends to join them for Christmas, the ones that are feeling sorry for me having to be alone.

I'm in Central Scotland, yes Aberdeen is a fine city.
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#15
Well, I suppose it's nice to have invites... Even if they are pity invites :/ I suppose you just need to decide whether you'll be happier alone on Christmas (feeling sorry for yourself and cooking for one) or going to dinner with friends who make you feel (unintentionally) like a lemon....
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