The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 11 February 1987

Plop the Baby Owl

‘New Life’ – Depeche Mode



GOOD, EH?!



What’s happened today?

Well, it’s now approx 10.47pm and I’m not raeght sure if I can remember my ‘manily much’ skill day.  YAW-DAW!  ARF-ARF-ARF!

On reaching Tech, I chatted with Roger a lot and read everybody the letters I received from Flash ‘n’ Dodo yesterday.  I posted my new letters to Flash and I hope they arrive tomorrow.  But I doubt they will. 



‘Kick’ – Gene Loves Jezebel

In the afternoon, TS1 (and Roger Watson) performed Plop the Baby Owl at Reffley Infant / Junior school.  It went down well, and Roger and I found it rather funny.







At home, I haven’t done a lot.  So there!  I hope I get to Pontefract on Friday naeght.  An’ if I can’t stay at Flash’s, I’ll stay at my Granny’s or something.  Pritchard, that is.  Pot Noodle should be bringing me a rucksack tomorrow, to pack for the party.  Oh, isn’t life just bliss?




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