The Lines of Thought Exhibition was open in the University of Hull’s Brynmor Jones Library from 3rd January to 28th February (today). Despite working in the building next door (no, really, I do – no exaggeration), I only got round to going on the last day.
I know, I know! I can hear your tuts from here!
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In my last post about the goings on in Hull (UK City of Culture 2017), I mentioned the importance of the Renewable Energy industry in the future of the city. Basically, a big company called Siemens announced a big investment (lots of £££’s) and lots of jobs in Hull – its biggest project being wind turbines.
I can tell I’m thrilling you. It’s exciting for the city, I promise. In an effort to rouse more excitement around this, check out what landed in Queen Victoria’s Square…
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I’ve spent a lot of January so far, particularly this week, thinking about life and choices we (I) have to make at some point.
Not deciding anything, just, thinking.
Life has it’s tips and turns. It brings challenges. Sometimes, things will inspire you. Sometimes, they will try to break you. Sometimes, you can be inspired by something that tried to, or nearly did, break you.
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