Sue Hedges and Angie Savchenko talk to us about their highly successful online Social Community for Women. Angie Savchenko and I were sitting in the pub having a good chat and a glass of wine when I told her about my idea for a website. "Loads of women have lonely lives, and can't get out for one reason or another - we should set up a website where they can meet".
Wikizine brings you an update on it's September report: ‘Scottish Solicitors to Build Homes for Charity’. The Scottish Solicitor in question, Brian Inkster, and his wife, Nicola Walls, returned from Argentina earlier this month having completed their Global Village Challenge for Habitat for Humanity. Brian now tells Wikizine about the experience:
Brian Inkster, of Inksters Solicitors, and his wife, Nicola Walls (an Architect with Page \ Park) are going to Argentina in November to assist with the building of homes for families living in poverty. Working for the charity Habitat for Humanity they will be building alongside other volunteers and with 'stakeholder' families who will eventually live in the houses.
For our 30th wedding anniversary Martin and I went on a trip of a life time to India. We went as independent travellers and when I researched the trip I found out about a charity called Children Walking Tall. I thought then, that when I retired or if I won the lottery I’d love to work there as a volunteer.
Our reader was 27 when she married her 22 year old husband; they separated after two and a half years. During that time, amongst the many issues a marriage can bring, she had to cope with her new husband’s cross-dressing proclivity. In the following interview, our reader talks frankly about her experience of this very challenging topic: