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There's lots of change on the horizon for me.
My first pension was paid into my bank account and my bus pass arrived. The academic year is over and the end of year exhibition is all set up ready to open tomrrow evening. Just one more year to go and I will graduate as a Bachelor of Arts, provided I keep up the work and get the results that is. There is also one more change.... I'm not ready to post about it yet as there are still a few uncertainties but, suffice it to say, this is a life changing thing; my life will be completely different - COMPLETELY - if it all goes to plan. The 'uncertainties' are beyond my control and are therefore causing me a bit of bother; got to keep a tight check on those BG levels in the meantime. I think the allotment is going to be a haven over the next few weeks but, as for today, the bindweed and pigeons can have their way. I'm staying home and drinking coffee.
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