On YouTube: My friend saw my necklace and asked me if I was a fan.

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Today on YouTube: My friend saw my necklace and asked me if I was a fan. Find out what she meant!

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28 thoughts on “On YouTube: My friend saw my necklace and asked me if I was a fan.

  1. I love this story—and I learned something too about Outlander which I hadn’t heard of either.

    1. Hi Kathy! Thanks so much for watching 🙂 I didn’t know my charm was of a thistle until a few years ago when someone asked me if I was Scottish! I have so many books I want to read that starting a series is daunting. Maybe someday.

    1. Hi Jill – as I said to John, then I’m in excellent company with you too 🙂 Hope you are doing well and having a nice weekend. I emailed you after I saw your email newsletter – I’m still trying to figure out how to comment and share 🧡

  2. I’ve read the first book (it was published about 15 years ago I think) and have seen some of the series, but I wouldn’t have made the connection with the thistle emblem. Cheers.

    1. Hi Lynette – it’s not exactly the same, but my friend made a connection and I thought that was interesting. Thanks so much for watching and leaving a comment! 🙂

  3. I love the Outlander series and have met Diana Gabaldon a few times. She is a lovely person. How cool that you have a necklace that matches the symbol. The books are amazing and I think you would enjoy them.The characters stick with you. My next Amanda book will take place in Scotland.

    1. Hi Darlene – how cool that you met Diana Gabaldon! I think I would like the series. It’s just a matter of how much time I have. You know, so many books 😉

      1. I know. I read the first 5 books when I commuted to work in Vancouver on the Skytrain. It was an hour each way. I can’t read in a moving car but on a bus or Skytrain I can!

  4. Yes, I have heard of Outlander but am not necessarily a fan. Perhaps I would be if I were Scottish. I like the charm on your necklace. I was also going to compliment you on your haircut until at the end you turned your head, and I saw a ponytail. Jokes on me!

    1. I know people who are total fans – I’m glad to know I’m not the only one who hasn’t read the series. Thanks so much for reading, watching and commenting, Davida! 🙂

  5. Hi Barb, I haven’t tried the Outlander series as of yet, but I have friends who loved it. As for the thistle, our stained glass windows have thistles of Scotland, roses of England and shamrocks of Ireland. I blogged about them a while back. 🙂

  6. Hi, Barb!
    That is a great story about Grammie’s charm and it’s connection (of sorts) with Outlander. I’m thinking you just might have to read it now! In your spare time, of course!! 🤪 Enjoying your blog!! Thanks for sharing!!

    1. Hi Barbara! Thanks so much for watching my video and subscribing to my blog! I really appreciate it. I have another silver “grandchild” charm that was on Grammie’s charm bracelet. You probably have almost the same one – mine says “Barbara R.”😉 I hope you are all doing well 🧡

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