City, Singl-End & Lighthouse with Amy

Tomorrow’s my thirtieth and I’m no fan of birthdays as it is, but Amy wouldn’t let me do nothing so I agreed to head out for the day. A brew and food is definitely a sure fire way to get me out.

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The light that dots around the city at this time of year is my favourite, and it reminds me of when I moved up early February.amy-glasgow-6

When I first stepped foot in Glasgow, Singl-end was one of the first places I checked out with my friend Abby. It’s still my go-to place for breakfast/lunch, and given that Amy had yet to go there, today was a perfect excuse to visit again.

I didn’t falter, and my veganism is still intact thanks to their rad vegan breakfast and an earl gray. Amy went for the eggs and I can’t blame her; They’re fucking marvellous. Look at them.

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We took a walk through the city and headed to the Lighthouse to look out over the city since the weather was good for it.

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We ended up headed downstairs to see the Alan Kitching exhibition ‘A Life in Letterpress’ before heading home.

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Anyway, I’m gonna stop being an anti-social fuckwit and get back to it, as she’s currently slaving away baking me some scones. This boy done good.

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