West Scotland Silkie

Faerie of Ireland

This is such a curious tale. I’m so pleased that the story of the ‘Portrush Selkie’, here in this collection, served to remind Em from Belfast of this story about her Granny. And that she shared it with us!!! – Kitty.

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I was reading the post about the ‘Portrush Selkie’ and it reminded me of something.

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Years ago, I would have been in my early twenties, my aunt and I were going through my Granny’s things after she passed.

She used to wear this old overcoat and floppy hat, every day (whenever I see that show Vera I laugh coz she reminds me of my Granny), she’d go out walking along the coast road or along the shoreline in that hat and coat.

In the pocket of the overcoat was a small tatty notebook and worn down pencil.

And inside the notebook were loads of this scribbling.

It took me…

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