I’m back, I hope 🙂
I’m a bit busy at the moment, I started Weight Watchers, I will get married next year in April, we decided to do much as possible ourselves (Our DIY-Wedding),… doesn’t sound so much… Anyway, I will also write in German, a bit of a mix, because I miss my language since I moved to Glasgow.
We are busy and on the hunt for a humanist – yes that’s right, we are getting married next year in April. We have the room – a lovely room in Glasgow (The Glasgow Art Club) !! For us it’s the perfect place to get married and in addition we sneaked a little Tardis from Doctor Who behind the bar (sounds for me like a perfect coincidence). The people are really friendly and helpful! Now we are searching for a humanist who also speaks German (forget it, we will probably not find somebody, who is still free) so we need to discuss the duties for my bridesmaids 😉 they are great and could all translate. Our wedding topic or theme shall be a hint of Steampunk, mixed with a little bit of Doctor Who (the new Doctor is from Glasgow, so again a must ;)) finished with some sprinkles of flowers, topped with Gold.
MY WORLD OF WEIGHT WATCHERS
Yes, I started Weight Watchers, the healthy and filling Option (I hope that’s the name), you can eat everything from a specific list without counting points and adding treats and specials for 49 points per week. I already lost 15 pounds (yee-ha!). Most people know this already but I really want to share my favourite treat at the moment. I love it!
I moved to Scotland, and my best friends Ben and Jerry stayed always by my side and our friendship started to be a really close relationship and, let’s face the truth, it isn’t so easy to lose weight in Scotland or to find healthy food. My goal is my old “before I moved” weight. But I will stop moaning now, here (klick) is my favourite Frozen yoghurt recipe.
A LITTLE PIECE OF SCOTLAND
Since I’ve been here, I am always discovering such great and beautiful places and I really want to share them with you all. Sometimes, when I see so many beautiful things I start to be blind to them. With pictures and journal entries here at the blog and also in my personal organizer, I try to keep the moments alive and to make myself much more sensitive to all the lovely things around me.
Today or this week: TARBERT, a small town, really international, because everybody who wants to visit Campbeltown or other places needs to drive through it. Lots of natural beauty and a cute little harbor with pubs and little shops.
I hope you liked the little post and if somebody has an idea how I can manage my two languages, so that not always both languages are visible, you are more than welcome to give me a hint in the comments. Oh and of course any comments about Weddings, Weight Watchers or Scotland 🙂 Thank you
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