The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Tuesday, 16 May 1989

The Truth About Maggie


LATE (nearly Wednesday)
 
‘Sheila Take A Bow’ – The Smiths

 
Dick Olive’s special meeting + Malcolm from Equity’s presentation.
 
Can I be honest now, diary?
 
I admit hereforthwithandallthat that if Maggie were still at College I would most likely NOT be going out with Emma again.  I think I’m doing so, because I just need to be with someone + I like Emma a great deal.  It’s like a kind of emotional security.  Even so, I do love Maggie far more.
 
When Maggie came into College today to visit, I was astounded.  She looked absolutely gorgeous and we got on so well.  I’ll tell you more of that anon, suffice to say that, well, I really do love Maggie – more than anyone.  Apologies, Emma, but Maggie is truly magnificent.
 
The tape Ash gave me – of songs he’s recorded himself – is delicious.
 
MOST LOVEABLE GIRLS + BOYS:
MAGGIE
FLASH
NATALIA
ASH
EMMA
JONNY
BMW
DANNY
SUZI
LEGS
 
 
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Next time: ‘Lorca Day…’

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