The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 13 February 1989

Emma Afternoon


‘Hey Music Lover’ – S’Xpress



 

A Letter from Emma

I was given this this morning before I saw Emma properly.  She wrote it on Friday nite, just after she got in from college amid the usual family arguments, but she says she’s lucky she’s not at the centre of them ‘at the moment’.  She tells she’s so happy that we got together.  She says it’s taken her by surprise and she wants to go slowly.  She says she feels very happy, though, and she likes me a lot.  She says her friends are already wanting to know all the gossip about us, and some of them are being childish about it which is pissing her off.  She also says she’s looking forward to the Valentine’s Disco.  She says she’s happy I liked the song she wrote out for me.  She says writing lyrics is about as creative as she gets and that I’m lucky because I’m ‘very creative’.  She says well done on THE CHINESE PLAY, and that Thursday’s performance was ‘really great’.  She also tells me she’s an Aquarius, so she’s hoping I’ll be a Libra or a Gemini.  She suspects I’m a Gemini – which is pretty good going!  ‘Don’t worry,’ she writes, ‘I’m not a weirdo.’  She finishes by saying that she can’t wait to see me on Monday.

 

Which is today.

 

Later:

 

‘Vive Le Rock’ – Adam Ant



 

Today I saw Emma’s new hayre and it’s a really lovely gingery/auburn colour.  She and I spent all afternoon talking + kissing alone in Donna’s room (thanks, Donna).  We really are getting on very well.

 





 

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Next time: ‘Valentine’s Day 1989…’

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