In, Mirror

Cold winter nights

It has been so cold and wet the last few days that going out did not appeal to me as much as usual. Colin cooked some nice meals in the house (check out the photos below for Burns night dinner) and we took the opportunity to show Scarlett more than the regular attention.

I am not a vegetarian (a Greek rarely is ;-) ) however I can only eat the vegetarian haggis. The proper own is too strong for me. We had it with one of my favourite red wines, Amarone (j’adore!).

Of course Scarlett had to have her chance on the wall of fame.

Time to go but I will be back soon, I promise :-)

P.S. Does anybody care what I was wearing?

Top from FatFace
Bracelet from Oliver Bonas
Leggings from Model’s closet
Boots from Pied a Terre
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  • http://lulug1975.blogspot.co.uk/ Louisa @ My Family & Abruzzo

    You look really nice – so, yes, I noticed!

  • Kelsey McIvor

    Thanks for the follow! Your blog is lovely :) I’ve definitely had a lot of days recently where I didn’t feel like going anywhere as well.

    Kelsey
    http://teapartyontheceiling.blogspot.com

  • miseenplaceblog

    You look so pretty – I love those boots! What is vegetarian haggis? From my understanding haggis is sheeps stomach (?) so to make that vegetarian would be interesting!

    xx Becky!

    • Greek Girl Glasgow

      Thank you so much Becky! The vegetarian haggis is a more civilised version I think but it is difficult to describe what it tastes like. Haggis is traditionally eaten on Burns day (25 January) in Scotland. Xxx

  • http://www.jacquelinedujour.com Jacqueline DuJour

    Very nice blog. Love the pictures! I will definitely pin one to my VERY new Pintrest board.

    • http://greekgirlglasgow.com GreekGirlGlasgow

      Thank you Jacqueline :-) This would be great! I am on Pinterest too if you would like to take a look ;-)