The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Tuesday, 11 April 1989

More Control





‘My Heart Goes Bang Bang’ – Dead Or Alive


I’ve just been on the sun-bed and I feel good.




Well, what’s been going on then?


I gave Maggie my latest letter today when I (eventually) saw her (for about 10 minutes).


The Chinese Play, Scene Six today.  Was it?  Aye, it was.  And the ‘Tasmania’ scene.  ‘Manda’ as played by Emma is now ‘a demon trapped in the body of an Angel’ – heh-heh.


I need to exert more control over the Chinese Play team.



[Images subject to control of individual Copyright Holders including works originated by Elton Townend Jones, but excluding any images or design attributed to ‘The Situation’ which are copyright of The Situation (see specific acknowledgements in the ‘Thanks to…’section below) / ‘Berwin Groomstool’ is an iteration of the Situation character‘William Whicker’ and falls under joint copyright of Elton Townend Jones and Waen Shepherd / Based on true events and designed as a study of parochial British cultural and emotional life in the late 20th century, this blog is a work of fiction – cultural icons excluded, all characters and incidents featured are entirely fictional / This blog is non-profit; all video clips are used for illustrative purposes and always come from YouTube / No copyright infringement is intended – just trying to get things into context. Never forget: no man is an island. If you think anything I’ve used is damaging you in any way, please comment and immediate action will be taken to minimise offence / This notice was amended on 1 July 2012 and is intended to cover this and all posts on that precede it]


Next time: ‘No Chance…’

No comments:

Post a Comment