‘Live and Let Die’ – Wings
I had a nice day at Elbow’s today and he’s been very generous. He’s a nice lad and I’m glad to know him.
This is my last night here at my Gran’s on Queen’s Park Drive in Castleford, W. Yorks. Tomorrow, Jack and I ride home to East Anglia on the train. What shocks and changes await me in Wisbech St Mary, Cambridgeshire? Who can say? All I know is that I’m very poor after my holiday – a tenner or so to my name, is it? Where’s the bugger gone?!
So, the return home. I hope to be working at the lorry yard of a Saturday morning from now on. I need the cash. I might even start driving lessons now I have a provisional licence. Jack’s also giving me his weights + dumb-bells so I can do some muscle-building in the privacy of my own crap bedroom. And then, of course, it’ll be time to go back to College. Shame I can’t understand a damned word of Mansfield Park – AND IT’S SO FRUSTRATING!
Oh, but lovely DOCTOR WHO is back next week.
That’s nice news.
But what else lies around the corner?
I hope to see something of Maggie. I like her a lot.
I hope I see something of Natalia Wnek. She’s going soon.
And, of course, there’s BM Wasp. I bet she’s slung her hook out of Wisbech by the time I get back, or has a boyfriend. Either way, I expect any contact between us has been once again severed.
I might go to The Angel tomorrow night.
Thank god for beautiful life. It’s gorgeous.
THRILL AS Ritcherd gets on rather well with someone he’s worked with!
SAY ‘PLOPPLOPPLING’ AS Ritcherd + co visit Castle Rising again!
GARGLE ACID WHEN Ritcherd gets annoyed with Chip!
- Future Ritcherd xxx ]
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