As the old adage says: Time is of the essence. But not today. The hands on the huge clock on the wall seem to be standing still.
You get about as a Scone Spy, with borders no boundary to scoffing. So, appetite for baking at the ready – and let’s be honest, when isn’t it? – I was on a cross-border mission following up on a tip-off.
There’s nothing quite like sipping a hot coffee in front of a roaring fire. But when you’re doing it sitting on a couch that’s been made from the bonnet of a car, well that’s something else entirely.
With spring in the air, my garden has become home to a range of beautiful flying insects – and what a delight it has been to see them buzzing between each newly bloomed flower.
Describing Sunday as “the day of rest” has always seemed a little funny to me – after all, there’s usually so much to get organised before the start of another week.
Scone Spy went a little off the rails this week.
There's nothing quite like having a free weekend to potter around, browse the shops, and spend time with family and friends.
WE’RE all hoping Sir Andy Murray somehow makes it back to his best one day.
WE were saying our prayers as we headed for Aberdeen’s redeveloped Queen’s Cross Church.
SO, how are those New Year resolutions working out for you?
ONCE a fairly nondescript collection of streets, occupying a no-man’s-land between the vibrant west end and the city centre, Glasgow’s Finnieston neighbourhood is now a hot spot for trendy restaurants, bars and cafes.