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It's wet in edinburgh..

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by shellyvortex, Nov 22, 2006.

  1. shellyvortex

    shellyvortex Member


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    hello fellow footists,

    having spent years as an artist, social worker and youth worker, I am now studying podiatry in edinburgh (second year).. not sure if that's because i get itchy feet?? :eek: . Actually, I always wanted to become a podiatrist since my mother usedto pay me 50 pence to do her feet...I hope the rate of pay has increased?? this is a very productive forum..it allows my imagination space and reminds of the global nature of our profession..and the huge amount of travelling i will do when i qualify.. keep talking

    shellyvortex
     
  2. Kenva

    Kenva Active Member

    Hi there,

    I was wondering if Tom Carline is still teaching at QMC?
    If so, ask if he remembers getting chocolats on the top of his car back in 1998 ;).

    cheers
    Ken
     
  3. Podette

    Podette Welcome New Poster

    Oh I am currently at QMU and Tom is indeed still kickn about. Evelyn (anatomy) Weir's here too (ex-partner) Leading us firsties by the nose lol I'll mention you, Ken, when I see him at 3pm today haha! This is a brilliant page! :)
     
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