‘Mantra For A State Of Mind’ – S’Xpress
My day began after we all left Gemma’s party and headed over to Julian’s where I was staying, along with Johnny, Stan, Chloe, Peter Conti, Jamie Davenport, Harriet + Caroline. At Julian’s we were joined by Julian’s sister Julia and her friend, Rachel. And, honestly! It was such a laugh.
From 12am till about 4am, it was non-stop ‘wit’ and ‘banter’ from almost everyone. It was all very good-natured, but also naughtily bitchy and on the edge.
After a few games of ‘spin the bottle’ we all settled down to sleep on the living room floor. I kissed and cuddled Emma a few times. I also found myself cuddling Sarah’s feet which had extended into my ‘sleeping patch’ and will admit to feeling sensual thoughts about her. She’s very attractive.
It was great that Stan stank and ended up sleeping under what turned out to be the dog’s dirty blanket. It was also a source of great amusement when Peter Conti perhaps let his true feeling show by – apparently in a deep slumber – kept on turning over ad grabbing and fondling Johnny. For a laugh we put a banana in his hand to see how his somnambulistic gropings might play out.
Other things of great amusement happened, but to list them all would diminish the memory.
‘The Magician’ – Secession
Once we all finally arose, everyone left except Emma and me, who were dead ‘close’. I heartily ate a full English breakfast, courtesy of Julian’s father and then we all slobbed about. In the afternoon, Emma went to her dad’s – down the road – and Julian and I watched DOCTOR WHO videos and looked at his DW collection.
Later, we went to see Emma in her dad’s lovely little house and walked around Dereham (Julian’s place of existence). We returned to Emma’s dad’s and met him and his wife and then we walked back to Julian’s where Emma stayed with us for a while before going back.
This evening, Julian and I discussed various things, then I came to bed and started reading his CYBERMEN book by David Banks [co-written by Adrian Rigelsford – SEE 1992], and it is absolutely brilliant. Spot on.
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