He said that the best time was when the
Wheat was just inches high in the fields.
Flat, rolled out land, naked to the sky.
Not for him was the joy of the windswept wheat,
The time when summer was dipping down for another year.
He liked the eager anticipation of what was to come.
The joy for me was the bend of Martin Dales,
For that was when I knew we had arrived.
Arrived for weeks and weeks,
I'm just going to keep this really short because I am genuinely very upset about this:
I am devastated that this has been forced to close. Pollards is (was?) a coffee shop the type of which I fear we will not see in Sheffield again. It is rather symbolic in its own right, I suppose, that shops like this are closing throughout the country in place of the soulless Starbucks and
Updated 03-03-2011 at 08:25 PM by Neely
This is really just to respond to a couple of issues brought up by the first post not really to continue the theme. I want to counter probably three of the main myths against eating good food, which are: time, money and inexperience (or lack of confidence in the kitchen). I also think that bad habits or just getting stuck in a rut has a role to play as well. The purpose of this post therefore; is to quickly address these myths. I certainly at no time intend to tell other people how to eat or to
Updated 12-27-2010 at 05:06 PM by Neely
The devastating effect that supermarkets have had (and are having) on this country (and no doubt others) is plain to see. Take a little walk around pretty much any residential area and the only shops you are likely to find are fast food places, off-licenses and ones that are all bordered-up and covered in graffiti. This is not new news of course, it has been happening for ages, yet this to me is still awful. It is always painful for me to walk around my local area and to see it every day, what’s
Updated 12-27-2010 at 05:05 PM by Neely