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#1 Fri, 02/05/2014 - 11:20
After much searching and sitting at home, I am pleased and proud to be able to close the door on a chapter of life and have accepted a job in Edinburgh!
This now shiny job title (A promotion) comes at a financial cost... the Property and Construction market were able to lower wages for 'new starts' so I now have to apparently eat better and drink less. so there is some benefits from having less cash in my pocket!
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good luckwith the new move
Arise and be all that you dreamed.
All the very best Scott and congratulations! Money isn't everything but I hope you don't lose too much weight or you'll have to spend money on clothes
Well done,Scottie. I'll be thinking about you sweating over your desk when I throw a beautiful 8 iron shot into the 18th green.
Sorry,I forgot,people in Scotland don't sweat because of the arctic conditions - particularly in July.
Mr Allen, as you well know the Arctic in summer is warmer and sunnier in summer than in Scotland, you can't tell if your sweating in Scotland as you are always soaked through. actually must go outside today its not raining so I think this will be summer this weekend...
Haha! I was once in Edinburgh - my son's car broke down at traffic lights (hanging offence) in Princes Street. We left him to wait for the RAC and after wandering for a while(about 4 minutes) it was so cold we ran into a phone box and huddled together to keep warm - it was August!
Great news Scott, hope it all goes well.
Well done Scott
May one know what or who you are working for? Should we be telling them just what they are letting themselves in for?
Well the Job I have accepted is for the Scottish Rural College, which surprisingly has offices in England