Archive for July, 2014
It’s been a hectic day. The other half is still in hospital. Today the nurse on the rehab ward phoned to say his health has taken a bit of a turn for the worse, and he’s been moved back to the acute ward in the Royal. We’re still waiting for the test results, hopefully it’s just a wee infection and isn’t too serious, but it’s put back the likely date that he’ll be back home. Which is a bummer. But after visiting him I felt a bit better. He’s comfortable, and resting.
My parents decided to take advantage of the sunny weather to have a family barbecue. So naturally it rained. They say you can choose your friends, but not your family. Which is only partially true. You can choose not to talk to certain family members, which is how me and my gran quite successfully arranged things until she…
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People young and old, from every background and nationality are coming out to support the Yes vote. Councillor Shabbar Jaffri supporting Yes Pollok, his constituency and Scots Asians for Yes by organising stalls at events and canvassing through Glasgow. Councillor Jahanghir Hanif is hard at work canvassing his constituents with Councillor Mhairi Hunter in Glasgow Southside, one of the most ethnically and culturally diverse constituencies in Scotland.
The Yes activity is increasing day by day all across Scotland as the vibe is one of hope to be so close to September 18, the day we cast our vote for an independent Scotland.
Our Scots Asians for Yes ambassador Tasmina Ahmed Sheikh was in Galiza, northern Spain a couple of days ago speaking on what we wish to achieve as a progressive forward thinking nation and as you can see from the amazing photograph, we have the…
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