The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 13 December 1989

Under the Top

‘Be Kind To My Mistakes’ – Kate Bush

Today, I went into Tech and told Gemma my true feelings.  And so, we ‘parted’ amicably, but we’re still friends and even had a huge conversation following the annulment.  I’m glad we ‘parted’ this way.

This evening, as Jonny + Missy went to the flicks, Amy and I went to the Wenns and then the park.  After this, we went to The Walks, where we kissed and I undid her top and caressed and sucked her breasts.

We talked and I reinforced to Amy that I don’t want a relationship and that if she wants us to carry on like this, seeing each other now and again for naughty fun, then that’s great, but I’m not looking for anything serious any more.  She was more than happy with that, it seemed.

I want to remain a free man.  It pleases me to be that way.

I’m staying at Jonny’s.

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