Tag Archives: #Scotland
I will visit this location in the near future … would be lovely to experience all these sceneries and historic sites.
These are familiar sceneries along the A Roads that will go to Edinburgh, Scotland or going to another town or village within the Scottish Borders Towns and around Kelso, Scotland.
Another year to celebrate the Pride Glasgow 2017.
“Pride Glasgow annual parade of LGBTI celebration with 5000 people taking part in the parade each year and being watched by over 50000 people as it makes it way through Glasgow City Centre on a busy Saturday afternoon the parade is one of the best ways for community groups, organisations and businesses to show their support to the LGBTI community.” (source: PrideGlasgow)
Just Wondering What Others’ Experiences When They Moved With Their Kitty-cat? “Mandy and I on the Move”
I come across of the post about Mandy and I on the Move, so I thought I will ask some questions from others who may have experienced relocating with their lovely cat/s.
We’ve moved to a new location. Moving in day was a bit stressful for Mandy since I was everywhere so she found a place to sleep and escape the commotion on the upper closet shelf in the bedroom. The full moon lit the night so brightly and the rainbow aura around the moon was irresistible. […]
Justin Trudeau Received the Degree “Doctor honoris causa” Conferred by the University of Edinburgh, Scotland
Today, July 5, 2017, the Prime Minister of Canada, The Rt. Honorable Justin Trudeau got awarded an honorary degree of Doctor honoris causa.
This is a recognition of Justin Trudeau’s achievements as a public servant with strong commitments to equality and diversity, which was presented by University’s Principal and Vice Chancellor, Professor Sir Timothy O’Shea, University of Edinburgh in Scotland.
He received an Honorary degree “Doctor honoris causa” in recognition of his commitment to equality and diversity;
Mr. Trudeau addressed the 2017 Graduating Class of the School of Social and Political Science at the University of Edinburgh and said;
“If something excites you a lot and scares you a little, you should probably do it. Be bold, be brave, be open to the incredible opportunities in front of you, and to be the best versions of yourselves.”
“Class of 2017, we need you, the world needs you, so be the best version of yourselves and go make us all proud. Congratulations.” (source credit: theUniversityofEdinburg)
More power and successes to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada.
Scotland says No, No, No by Storytimewith John, who is one of our avid friends, illustrated the meaning of this experience to his personal point of view. Great article and ReloNavigator is pleased to share its entirety to our international friends and networks. Great Job, John!
I have had a week to mull on Scotland’s referendum vote…here are my thoughts and views on the whole thing – YES, YES – THIS POST IS ABOUT POLITICS, SORRY! BUT IT’S IMPORTANT PEOPLE! (I won’t be offended if you skip this one though – but this is just my two pence on an issue that is dear to me!) I’m not mad at you for rolling your eyes…just stand there while I – WHAAAACK!
“DEMOCRACY DEAD?! PFFT! TAK’ THAT, MAN!”
Scotland has voted no, SCOTLAND HAS VOTED NO! Seriously how fucking great would the UK actually be without Scotland? That would be false advertising at the very least…as an Englishman born and raised in the North East I am shocked, but genuinely overjoyed that Scotland remains part of the United Kingdom family – perhaps it’s selfish of me, but it was a horrible feeling to imagine that all…
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