Life In Scotland

It’s been a busy almost 3 weeks for me… Getting settled in my lovely wee bungalow, buying some necessities, decor, and adopting a pair of fur-kids. Doing a little exploring and getting accustomed to my surroundings.

At Lady’s Tower near Elie

I’ve been getting other things in order too. Working on setting up my banking, cell phone and internet services. Even had my first job interview yesterday, via Zoom.

So I’m getting used to my new life here. Settling into my new routine and moving forward. Today is another first for me. My very first chemotherapy treatment here in Scotland. So I’m writing this, sitting in the treatment chair, waiting for my blood results to come back.

I’m enjoying my new life. I feel settled and at peace. Even the tumour on my spine has been behaving itself, not paining me much at all. I think the air here is fresher, and I’m certainly getting lots of it.

I’ll keep you all posted as my adventure continues! Please give this post some love with a “Like”, and sign up to follow my blog. Thanks!


Published by jenmcnaughton

Born in Scotland, I moved to Canada in 1980 with my family. I was 10. I became homesick in my 20's, and longed for my beloved Scotland. Happily, I recently returned home for good! I am a photographer, freelance writer and bestselling author, and entrepreneur. I am an animal lover and advocate. My other hobbies include exploring, collecting sea glass, reading and music.

One thought on “Life In Scotland

  1. All good news Jennifer. So happy that you are doing well. Must have been a long wait to write your story Good luck with the chemo Luv ya later. ???
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