Hey Brian Vinnie here it's could too find somebody from the old neighborhood I remember answering the door for your brother John- tell big Tam big Dula is here-I was back in Glasgow in 2007 visiting my older brother Johnny he's still lives there, man it's been a long time since I left in Dec,1965 if was rough the first year with my glasga brogue I remember in Jan first day of class it was freezing cold outside my mom had me wearing shorts and high knee socks the class had a good laugh,next day I wore long pants-hard to believe we're in our 60's now, I tell my kids it was rough growing up in cowcaddens but we were happy and had good times - remember going through the midgy cans looking for beer bottles-tupence a bottle- how about the weddings on Sat at St Joes waiting for the money to be tossed out the limo- I was in the new school when I left north woodside road I was really sad the day I left for USA not knowing were the hell I was going-anyway it's good too hear from you Brian-cheerio.
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