Monthly Archives: March 2017

Brexit Day: Britannia Open for Business

This day has come thatĀ Great BritainĀ has advanced beyond the European Federal Superstate. At last after all the months since that glorious day on 23rd June 2016 when I went out to vote and canvass for leaving the European Union the

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Baker Reborn

Now I have completed a number of things from my list of things to do I think it is now the time to be creative. Last week I completed a report on archery for the commonwealth games being a core

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The Queen’s Ship of Dreams

Today I went out and took the bus to my most desired location of Edinburgh. There was a lady in waiting at the Ocean Terminal shopping centre for me to board for a tour of Her Majesty’s Yatch Britannia. She

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Roll on to Edinburgh

This post has come a day late. I meant to write after I got into Edinburgh for my two day holiday to explore the city and go shopping. I forgot to blog when I had my journal in hand writing

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Bagging it up for travel

I have a trip to Edinburgh taking place on Thursday and the trip is not without it’s organisational priorities. In the months leading up to the trip I started planning everything right down to the business of packing. But with

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Labour Exchange to Clerical Computers

Yesterday I went to sign on and I got talking to a disability advisor at my meeting. This meeting was part of me having my progress checked over and seeing what I was doing and what services they could provide

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