What next?

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People are talking about the recent referendum result and what the future holds for the country now that we have chosen to leave the European Union. In real terms not much will actually change immediately though the financial markets are proving to be very volatile but that I am sure will settle down as time goes by. According to the polls the decision to leave mainly came about by the votes cast by the older generations. I wonder why that was the case? Well the older generations have lived with the situation for over forty years and therefore I feel have a better understanding notwithstanding the fact that many didn’t really wish to join in the first place! A lot of sour grapes have to be swallowed by the disconcerted but as one person stated, we are team GB so let’s get on with it. A country can only be successful if the population work for it and can forget their differences. I say to the disappointed that remaining that way doesn’t do anyone any good. We as a nation managed quite well before the day we joined with Europe and there is no reason why that should not be the case now we have left. We have to make it work and we have to work to make it work! We have to weather any storm that comes our way and just get on with it. That is all I will say on the matter.I hope that wall is strong
My situation remains as it was and I am sure that will be the case for most of us so I just get on with my life. On the home front I have reached that stage where I am again looking for things to do. Yes, I have to do some minor things in the top room where E and I have been working and over the next few days I hope to do so. We can then get the carpet installed to complete the work. I can now start changing all the radiator valves when I feel I am ready for at this moment I am not. I have to be in the right frame of mind before I do anything and at the moment all I really want to do is rest a while.

Shirley Anne

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