The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 22 November 1989

Amy Rising

‘Leave A Light On’ – Belinda Carlisle

Today I discovered that Julian actually fancies Kirby in DPA1.

I finally broke my silence with Amy Neat and we all talked a lot in the midst of Gemma + I falling out over trivial things.  We were going to go and play ‘Commandos’ again at Castle Rising, but instead, Julian + I had tea at Johnny’s, watched the Pythons + went down to Plaxtole House (the College Halls of Residence) to see Amy, Kirby and Missy (who Johnny fancies).  Unfortunately, Kirby didn’t come out with us when we all went to the Wenns and then Castle Rising.

At Castle Rising, I patched up my differences with Amy Neat, who made it clear that she still likes me + wants us to get back together.  ‘Perhaps one day,’ was all I could really say, but I do like her much more than a little.

Johnny + I stayed at Julian’s and I watched more of DOCTOR WHO: DRAGONFIRE, which is skill.

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