Glasgow Cathedral during Christmas
I happened to have the wonderful experience of visiting Scotland during Christmas and Hogmany. For those of us in America, that's New Year's. My fiance took me to Glasgow Cathedral and for reasons I cannot say I know, I just felt so "drawn" there. For some, this may sound unbelieveable, but I actually saw what is known as ley lines in the lens of the camera down in St. Mungo's tomb. I didn't see them in the pictures either, so I immediately started reading about what they were. Now, one must also know that my fiance, Ian, had not been in a church for over 20 years, yet he agreed to bring me back for Handel's Messiah, being presented there by the Glasgow Choir! So, he and I returned for it, and it was so beautiful, in such a grand church, as that!!! And now, I lovingly look back at those pictures, and hear parts of that presentation, and it take me right back there! Granted, I now must go back to see Glasgow, and Scotland, proper, during the warm weather, since now I know what it is like during a harsh winter storm as it had then. No one could believe that it had snowed during Christmas, which is nothing much new to me, being from Cincinnati, Ohio and Denver, Colorado. Anyone who is even remotely interested, please think about touring and visitng Glasgow and the Cathedral next to Necropolis. It is simply one of my best experiences, such that, now, I am trying to convince him that we should plan to be married there. Enchanting. Enchanted...that was what it did to me...and still am!