The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 11 September 1988

The Rescue

‘Chopsticks’ – Marilyn Monroe


According to Prediction magazine’s ASTROLOGY SECTION:


‘A powerful factor this month is the Solar eclipse in the lower sector of your chart on the 11th.  This puts a sharp focus on domestic affairs and could mark a significant juncture for those who are planning a removal or wish to make major changes in their homes.


An eclipse in this area very often points to the end of a certain chapter and maybe the beginning of something entirely new.  This could be very good news for those who have experienced some difficulty in terms of domestic arrangements, or perhaps marriage, over the past few months.  With both Saturn and Uranus now beginning to move ahead in your opposite sign, it seems that many Geminians will be somehow liberated from a situation that may have created stress and strain in the past.’




‘Cerebral Man’ – Pat Benatar


I certainly hope Flash has enjoyed the PANOPTICON Doctor Who Convention.  I really wish I’d been.




TODAY, I watched Doctor Who: The Rescue, from 1965, and it is now my favourite HARTNELL adventure (of the three I have actually seen!).


My favourite kind of Doctor Who was recently the Historical Stories, but right now it is the First Doctor’s era, notably Seasons One and Two.


I also watched How To Marry A Millionaire, and I was very impressed with all three of MONROE, BACALL and GRABLE. 

It now ranks as one of my FAVOURITE MOVIES.


I hope life takes one of those gorgeous twists it always used to take when I started a new Autumn Term.  I hope when all the students finally arrive, one or two of last year’s TS2 will be doing the ‘A’ Level re-take course.  PLEASE!  I need one of you.  Any one will do.




‘Let’s Make Love’ – Marilyn Monroe


I went out with Miranda tonite and we made love.



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