The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 13 January 1988

Carrie?


12.38am.

 

‘Spirit’ – Bauhaus



 

Well.  Seems strange doing my diary these days.  Lots of early mornings.

 

Oh.  Hum-diddle-dee.

 

TOP TRAX IN NO ORDER:                             

‘Dominion’/’Mother Russia’ – The Sisters Of Mercy

‘Darkness’ – Human League

‘Hail The White Grain’ – Death In June

‘Black Planet’ – The Sisters Of Mercy

‘Some Kind Of Stranger’ – The Sisters Of Mercy

 

O Lord,

Give me a beautiful tomorrow; perhaps I’ll remember to post that letter to Flash; save the helpless; give to those who need; and guide me; steer me from the wrong paths; teach me to enjoy and appreciate life.  So be it.

 

Farewell, evening.  Welcome, morning.

 

I should be watching a video of Carrie at Tech later on…

 

Later:

 

‘Beauty and the Beast’ – David Bowie



 

Tech (as per) was a gee.  Nyall came in and we chatted.  We have many discussions.  And I chatted a lot to Amelia.  She IS very nice.  I also chatted a lot to Anastasia.

 

In Drama, we didn’t see the video of Carrie.  Technical hitches.  But we progressed on our stage production of it.  Things of the ‘great’ type are afoot!  Me, Janette and Derek want to plan something ace for it in terms of scripting and technically, so as to remain one step ahead of all the others. 

 

Rhoda Baker (a first year drama student and Becky Baker from Wetlands yonks back’s sister) told me she had been talking to Justine and Justine had asked Rhoda if she thought I still fancied her.  Ha-ha-ho!  And Justine still hasn’t replied.  Ooh-er.

 




 

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Next time: ‘Thespian plans…’

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