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Beneath the Rainbow Lanyard

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I was asked if I would write a blog post as a guest blogger for the LGBT Staff Network blog. After quite a few attempts I final managed to put something together that I was happy with. This is how it starts…

My guest waffle on the LGBT blog

My guest waffle on the LGBT blog

“Anyone who knows me will probably not be surprised that when growing up I had some very unique views on the world in which we live. I have never claimed to be creative and/or artistic and this was apparent in the first ever art project I completed…screen printing.”

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5 Comments

Maggie Holmes · October 7, 2014 at 3:30 pm

Just to let you know Ian, I tried ‘clicking here’ and got nothing further.

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