52and39/44 Back and Forth

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It’s eighteen years since my husband (then fiancé) rented a top floor room on Polwarth Street while he worked a contract in Glasgow’s Atlantic Quay.  I’d visit every few weekends, firstly from Aberdeen then, after the flitting, from Eigg.

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We’d walk hand in hand into town taking in houses, flats, shops, pubs, trees, Kelvingrove Park and museum.

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In my memories, there are days when it’s always crisp and sparkling with frost and December fairy lights in Glasgow.  I walked the walk again last week, just to check I was still me.

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Author: wordathlon

I'm Heather, I'm a writer and I live in Edinburgh. I like laughing, reflecting, getting lost in music, discovering great people, information and places. You can find me on Twitter @betamother or email me at wordathlon@gmail.com

2 thoughts on “52and39/44 Back and Forth”

  1. Wow 18 yeas? I bet there’s been a lot of changes! In you and Glasgow! All for the better I’m sure! Love your photos, they have a certain sense of tranquility and musings xx

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    1. Thx so much for commenting :-)) So pleased you love the photos. There are certain times of day in cities, I think, between the rush hours, that are just quite special. Especially when there’s no rain 😉 X

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