Now there was a thought. My first thought was of an ex-colleague, Bobby who did volunteered to help his daughter for her beautician studies. I have to say I didn’t want to be a screaming woose in a shop in public, if you check the video of his experience you will see what I mean. But I wanted rid of them. So I decided to go for it. Two half cotton buds were dipped in hot wax then secured in my nostrils and lift to cool down. No problems at this point, well apart from the look, not exactly dignified. The barber checked the protruding sticks a few times and then I was asked if I was
I think that our leaders should use this wind of change effectively. I know that now there is a focus on a general election. Wouldn’t it be great if rather on looking at winning a poll there was a focus on what changes could be brought about to address the big issues, a political revolution which set issues such as social justice as a priority. I think the Scottish electorate has sent a strong message, we are unhappy with the status quo, we are divided on what needs to be done, but something needs to be done, look at the number of people who turned up to vote and to urge our leaders to sit up and take notice.