Last week, or maybe it was the week before, actually it was Valentine’s week…which seems like far too long ago already and now we’re in March and knee deep in snow. And most of us are thinking about and longing for heat and sunshine whilst being trapped at home with roads and schools closed due to snow and Red Weather Warnings. Gulp.
I know that the title of this blog may leave quite a few of you wondering what the hell I’m talking about…let me explain. Doric, for the majority of us who don’t know, is the local dialect of North East Scotland, in particular the Aberdeen area. Many locals have kept it alive all these years and the bus service even has well known phrases inside it.
Sometimes you can never tell how well you and your business are doing as your head is completely buried in carrying out the day to day admin, emails, posting orders, coming up with new ideas, printing said ideas, promoting on social media and then there’s doing the tax returns and you might have a glimpse into whether or not it’s all worth it. That's with having a day job too.
Well, let me put you straight. This particular post isn’t about my long ago tale of lost romance (if you could call it that), it’s actually about a customer request. However, it did get me thinking to that one time in my life someone said ‘We should get married’. Or at least I think that’s how it went down.
What more could the groom to be ask for? Especially when it's a bottle that can be personalised with a unique message. This extra special single barrel whisky was featured on The Scottish Wedding Directory's website and I was so chuffed to have one of my cards showcased alongside this infamous brand in a gorgeous photoshoot.