Monday, December 08, 2008

la cuisine communale

Ah I do love the community aspect of student life! I wouldn't be able to count the number of times I'd fed or been fed by other folk in the last couple of weeks let alone the last few years! This week I have particularly enjoyed delicious braided bread (courtesy of the Breakeys), white sausages and "gourmet haggis" with cheese and mushrooms and broccoli, both bizarre but delicious, to name but a few.
It's something I don't want to lose when student life ends... just having folk around, here, there, whenever I can, people who I know and don't know, sharing life and love and food with them.


andy said...

Blog posts seem to be a bit like buses. Wait ages for one then three come along all at once! Maybe it's just things that begin with B. Bananas come in bunches too...

wendy said...

student days are special, friends become family and community is an expectation.

it doesn't necessarily change after uni days but the mass becomes a minority and that permission to invade becomes privatised somehow.

or at least that is my experience.

but you strike me as being someone who will always connect.

good to dander home with you on sat.