This is the story of a year of rediscovering the excitement felt by a girl from a grubby northeast town, stepping off the train into the bustle and grand architecture of Leeds way back in the 1990s.

Since that time, Leeds has changed beyond recognition, as I guess have I. This city is now my home, and in being that, is now where I pay bills and set alarm clocks, where I put the bins out in the rain. Which kind of takes the sheen of a place!

In 2015 I hope to counteract the ennui of the everyday by getting to know this place I love all over again.


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