Really looking forward to tomorrow. Aberdeen are no flash-in-the-pan, they are as strong a non-Glasgow team as there has been in 25 years, having built on foundations laid last season. They arrive at Celtic Park having won there last season, and after two narrow defeats to Celtic this season, which has cost them a place at the top of the league.
Ronny Deila will have an enormous job to pick his players up after the disappointment of Thursday night, but that’s what champions do.
I know we’ve got a few foodies here, so check out The Foodies Guide to Glasgow and the West, by Fraser Wilson. Proceeds from the book go to Mary’s Meals, which goes a long way towards alleviating poverty.
If you are from or near Dundee…….
There’s a charity dinner to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Brother Walfrid, in the East Chamber, Dundee, on Friday 17 April. Proceeds from the night will go towards helping three-year-old Oliver Bosch, who was born without auditory nerves.
The evening will have an Irish theme, with an Irish menu, music and song and the Lochee School of Irish Dancing will give a display of traditional Irish dancing. For tickets contact firstname.lastname@example.org