Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral

Glasgow Cathedral Glasgow Cathedral is also called the High Kirk of Glasgow, St. Kentigern's or St. Mungo's Cathedral. The name St. Mungo may sound familiar if you read my post on the Murals of Glasgow where I shared my favorite mural of a modern day St. Mungo. History. Around 550 A.D., St. Mungo, founded a [...]

What does your chill time look like?

What does your chill time look like?

  Chill. Relax. Chillax. Where, or when, or how, or with whom, do you find this place? That's what Nikki over at Flying Through Water has asked us to ponder this week. Originally, I thought I'd say yoga. Yoga. I shared a little about how yoga has been transformative in my life in this post. [...]

Murals of Glasgow

Murals of Glasgow

Glasgow. I've already shared that I absolutely loved Glasgow. But in case you missed it... I loved Glasgow. My time there was much too brief. If you are new to my blog, during my week in Scotland, two days were to be spent in Glasgow. However, they were mainly to be a home base for [...]

The Millennium Clock

The Millennium Clock

  National Museum of Scotland. Time. "Time and tide waits for no man" Or as my husband is fond of saying: "Time waits for no one." The Millennium Clock. The museum label for The Millennium Clock states that it the clock was made in Glasgow in 1999. It is a collaborative effort of sculptor-mechanic Eduard Bersudsky, sculptor-furniture [...]