The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 22 September 1989

Goodbye, Natalia

11.20pm

‘From Russia With Love’ – Matt Munro


Dream:
Last nite I made friends with a fox + a goose.  They lived in a forest in my back yard.  Then, bulldozers + earth-movers came to knock the forest down, so I ran into a theatre + had to hide because I was being chased by some unseen, unknown menace…

Today, I bought John Peel’s DOCTOR WHO novelisation, MISSION TO THE UNKNOWN
 
 
…and Kate Bush’s 12-inch of THE SENSUAL WORLD
 
 
I am impressed by both.

I rang Natalia Wnek tonight.  She’ll be going off to uni next Saturday and it was sad talking to her, realising that it might well be the last time we speak for ages.  And perhaps the last ‘real’ time for us in a way.  She has meant a lot to me.  I wish her all the best.

I WISH I WAS IN CONISTON.


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Next time: ‘War and remembrance…’

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