And Rolling Stone Keith Richards, whose soft spot
doubtless lies in his nose after all those years of substance-sniffing, is so taken with his garden and the woods which lie beyond that he has put his weight behind a local campaign to stop builders demolishing the trees.
A soft spot
, or fontanel, is the pliant and somewhat mushy area on the top ofa newborn's head where the four bones that will make up her uppermost skull have not quite grown together.
I think we've got a little soft spot
for each other.
Definitely, President Duterte has a soft spot
for the poor, our workers and our OFWs.
REGULAR readers know I have a soft spot
for Sarah Jessica Parker, although it's not quite accurate to describe it as a soft spot
I moved on to report about education, government, features and cops, but always had a soft spot
for what made our community tick.
I must admit I have a soft spot
in my heart for sugar beets.
The Exiles was set up by Hereford United fan Jon Hale, 31, who said: 'I have always had a soft spot
for a club that battles against adversity.
You might want to start looking for that soft spot
on your couch, because the way Ken Lipscomb sees it, there isn't a better time than this fall to unveil the lineup of programs on his virtual broadcasting network.
If we ever wonder why, the answer would be: because God has a soft spot
in His heart for man.
I've always had a soft spot
for Liverpool, even playing for Everton.
I 've always had a wee soft spot
for DJ ever since he read out one of my jokes on Radio Clyde when I was just a boy columnist.