The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 3 November 1989

Going Out with Gemma

MP REHEARSALS

11am-1pm: PAGES 18-23

Later:

5.30pm-ish

‘This Woman’s Work’ – Kate Bush


Julian and Chloe seemed to be getting closer today.  They went into town together – at the same time as me and Gemma, in fact.  We went into Debenham’s café and chatted.  She’s so unlike the girl I’d imagined her to be: less austere, funnier, nicer; lovable and friendly.

 
Unfortunately, we talked so long I missed my college bus home, so she kindly drove me (in her car, Thomas) to Wisbech where we then had coffee in ANDREWS.  Then she dropped me off here, at Mary.  And after several very funny and very intimate moments, I found myself kissing her.  And it was great.  We are both happy about that kiss.  I’m so glad we kissed, because as a consequence, I am now going out with Gemma Winchester. 


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