Hello, Tricia, it's nice to know there's someone out there on Aristocat. How do you like it? I'm just too cheep to change to anything else. You know how they say, You can't teach an old dog new tricks? Well, I don't like to learn new tricks. It's been good for me. I'm not super fond of Larry, but at least he responds pretty quickly.
Hi, Tricia. I'm from Kirkintilloch originally, but I've lived in the US most of my life. I've been to Greenock where you live. I last visited Scotland in 2008 and stayed with my friends who live in Garelochhead near Helensburgh. Beautiful country.
Regarding the trips to Scotland. We flew over, I was going to take the ferry as I was travelling with the videographer, but in the end we flew. We had some depos in Glasgow, Paisley and also Aberdeen. It was great fun. However, we have taken holidays there before, my kids love Crieff and of course Nessie hunting too - a beautiful country, I'm not surprised you miss it :)
Thank you so much for contacting us about the upcoming job in Ireland, however it turns out that the witness is going to travel to Boston instead, which is a pity, we could have supplied to videographer too.
Good to hear from you! It's been a while. I'm in New York now for National Video Reporters. We've had a full time office here for three years. It's exciting and I enjoy it very much. David Stone, in our Boston office is the also on CSR Nation. I'll pass your greetings on to Wayne and Laura. Give me a ring (212-209-3812) if you are ever in New York. My office is next to Grand Central.
WOW. came in to see who you are as you had left a kind message and requested "friend" status. Sail Away is an all-time favorite. It isn't Enya, but incredibly lovely nonetheless! Thank you for a lovely way to continue my day. (continue means i've been up since 5 a.m. drilling, doing homework and other such steno-type behaviors.)