We went in to Glasgow, drove into Glasgow. The ring road was still being dug up and we weren’t sure the buses were running normally and besides, we didn’t want to be sitting in a bus whose heater was pumping out cold air for 45minutes. That’s one of the reasons we bought a car.
I bought myself some interfacing for stiffening the cloth I’m going to make a bow tie with. Got it in JL (didn’t get it delivered!) for £1.50! The bowtie itself, the prototype, will be made from an old pillow case. That’s the essentials bought. This weekend I’ll try to put it into practice.
After JL we walked down Bucky Street and on to Argyle Street, then up Miller Street to Paesano. For the first time ever, we had to wait for a table. When we got one five minutes later the food was just as good as ever.
After being fed, we went for a coffee in Café Nero in St Enoch’s. Scamp went to wander round the St Enoch’s Centre and I went to do a quick sketch of the suspension bridge over the Clyde. It’s rough, but it’s done and it’s on time.
When we got home, Scamp realised that she had fogotten to post a card in town, so I volunteered to post it in Condorrat. I took my camera of course and that’s where the sunset shot came from. It’s more a gloaming shot really. Gloaming means more than sunset. It’s that golden hour before the sun sets and it’s also the afterglow from the set sun.
Gloaming. Make it a word you use some time today, in its correct context.