The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 24 August 1988

Dancing Naked in the Park


IT’S LATE.

 

‘When We Was Fab’ – George Harrison



 

I HAD ANOTHER PHONE CALL TONIGHT, FROM THE SAME GIRL AS YESTERDAY.  I WASN’T IN.  BETTY SAID IT WAS ‘ONE OF THE GIRLS FROM COLLEGE’.  BETTY TOLD HER MY RESULTS.  I WISH I’D BEEN IN.  WHICH ONE WAS IT?  JO WEDONSKA?  SARAH GEORGE?  JENNY TAYLOR? 

 

‘Star’ – David Bowie



 

DAVID BOWIE IS SKILL!

 

Tonight was also very beautiful.

 

ANOTHER, EVEN BETTER, EVENING.

 

Miranda and I drank at THE ANGEL and then went and bought Chinese.  We then walked to the Park and ate it on the playing field again, as night fell and the bright pale orange lights lit up the pathway around us.

 

In a fit of daring, we made long and amazing love in the middle of the playing field, regardless of the bright lights and anyone who might see us when walking along the path.  Nothing mattered, just the two of us – that was the centre of our world, me locked inside her, filling her with my love. 

 

‘Rush Hour’ – Jane Wiedlin



 

The lovemaking really excited me, but not as much as Miranda did later, when we were fully dressed.  We had been chatting and kissing, when suddenly Miranda started to dance around the park in wild leaps of joy, shedding her leather jacket, her shirt, her skirt her bra, her pants.  She was a stunning and invigorating sight to behold.  She has a beautiful body.

 

WONDERFUL.

 

MIRANDA IS GODLIKE.

 

TIME TO SLEEP.

 

TILL FRIDAY, MIRANDA.  TILL FRIDAY… 

 




 

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Next time: ‘Rush Hour…’

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