During a visit to Edinburgh last fall, my husband and I discovered so many fun traditions.
As we strolled down the Royal Mile, we saw a lot of people passing by a large male statue and touching his toe. I thought it was a little odd, but found it amusing.
Later, I learned that the statue was of David Hume (a Scottish Philosopher) and that students traditionally touched his toe for good luck on exams.
I decided to touch his toe in the hopes of taking great pictures that day.
I think it worked because I really love so many pictures that I brought home from the trip.
Here’s to hoping that you have a lucky Monday!