Tuesday morning is, and always should be, Flute Lesson Day.
I have been playing the flute since I was 13 and my weekly flute lesson is the highlight of my week. I get to exercise my little grey cells.
Since Daisy is home, she comes with me and we torture, sorry play, as a trio.
Afterwards, we go to Lerwick for our messages.
Despite being almost winter, Lerwick strives to be colourful.
This is probably the world’s smallest Boots, the Chemist – a UK pharmacy chain, with outlets in most high streets, shopping centres and airport terminals. Did you know it is owned by Walgreens? Now I never knew that!
We don’t have the big name shops names up here.
I like that.
And some of the best (or interesting) window-displays too!
Vitamin and Fivla are still featuring in the shops.
They certainly made a lasting impact.
Taktur is even there too (so proud, sniff).
Commercial Street is the main shopping street in Lerwick. These days, it is not busy. I haven’t been during the weekend for a while, so I can only hope that more folk use it or we will lose our high street, which will be a bad day. I try as hard as I can to support The Street.
From Commercial Street, there are lanes that run at right angles from it leading to houses and join other streets.
There is also a tree growing in a wall!
Daisy asked me to take this photo. It is grows on Fort Charlotte.
Anywho, here are a few happy snaps from today. Wool (leftover from Wool Week) and Hallowe’en are the theme.