I'm such a wimp.As my sister watches me type this very sentence, we have just finished a heart-to-heart conversation regarding literary anxieties, specifically re-reading past works which, in our case, is quite a horrendous step to take, knowing that our works a few years prior were just. Utterly... how do you say this - ridiculous: our intolerable grammar, dim sentence construction, and pathetic attempts at making our works a teeny weeny bit better by using such unnecessarily big words.More Like This
Enough of that, and to the point now.
I - I mean - we are such wimps.
Food allergy sufferers from the UK?Hi all, I'm looking to get something in motion where EVERY ingredient has to be listed on food packets.More Like This
They list things like "herbs and spices" without actually naming the herbs and spices. This needs to change.
People like myself, and many, many others are having to avoid simple foods because of the fact that the ingredients aren't listed correctly.
Who knows what kind of pepper "pepper" is? I've had to phone companies and not even they have known.
Please let me know what you think.
It was the first snowfall of the year.It was the first snowfall of the year.More Like This
White, cold, and pretty.
She could feel them, slowly and softly gliding down the wall outside of her room. She could hear the low tinkles of their distinct, cold branches, skittering against the leaves of old Mahogany. And she could empathize with them, falling from their homes unto the murky pavements of the streets.
Where they’ll be stepped on.
Where they’ll be shoved away.
Where they’ll be toyed with.
Where they’ll eventually perish.
Yet. They have their hopes clinging on to that “yet.” Such lucky, lucky creatures to have a definite future to look forward to. Even in their downfall, they are certain that they will be brought up to the black skies, back to their cold haven, and they’ll be waiting for yet another year before they could fall down into Earth in their white, pretty dresses.
And to think that they know of the pains they’ll fathom.
But, of course, how can they