The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 9 November 1985

Seven Years From Now: 09/11/92


'Heartland' - The Sisters Of Mercy

This morning, after leaving Lilith in my bed, all snug + warm, Ritcherd and Devise went to her old hometown of Watton. More specifically, we went to her old High School to perform Romeo and Juliet. Chuffing good it was, too. I actually spoke to Lili’s old English Teacher and he told me he’d only been thinking of her the other day. He said she was one of his best pupils and she wrote great poetry.

After we all had a huge hotel lunch (yet another company meal), Angus, Jolene, Kat and I went for coffee in King’s Lynn. Lots of rain.

Whilst in King’s Lynn, I bought two 1960s Dalek annuals for £60 (The Dalek Book which I already sort of had in an atrocious state of repair and Dalek World, which I believe to be mega-collectable). I also bought the Curse Of Fenric CD.

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