The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 25 November 1985

Nine Years From Now: 25/11/94

‘And so ends week one of Dolly Mixture rehearsals. Strange without Jonny, though.

This morning, I met the incredibly interesting Eva Hampton at St Albans station and we tubed to East Ham, full of conversation. Good conversation, the like of which I’ve not encountered for a while.

Work was busy, but it’s all been good.

I came back on the train with Eva. We said goodbye as she set off to get ready for a meal with some members of her company. I think she’s becoming a good friend.

Tonight, I bought Chinese, but ended up leaving it, my appetite gone.

Lili didn’t come home, which was unexpected and a very great shame. She’s up to something, and all I feel is emptiness.’

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