Scottish high tea～～～～～～～～～ Today, a referendum is being held on whether Scotland will become independent from the United Kingdom... I'm sure there will be a vote in the village of Taylor in Aberdeen, where I went the other day. I think. When I said that Patricia has a vote, she said it was a difficult question and I didn't really understand it. Which one will you vote for? Afternoon tea and high tea, the time to enjoy the same tea, have also been divided in this way. Traditions, ethnic culture, bagpipes (even if one person blows it, it's very loud) I'm also curious about the fact that about 50% are for independence and 50% are against it. Since returning to Japan, I have received emails almost every day, and Aberdeen in Scotland has become closer to me. I just sent it to you today because you wanted to see more of my books (those with lots of illustrations and photos). I'm glad that you can enjoy it even if you can't read! Someday, I will visit the people of Scotland again!