The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Tuesday, 6 March 1990

Back in Vegas! (Er, Cas Vegas...)

8.30pm
DONCASTER BUS STATION

‘Suicide Kiss’ – AR Kane

I miss Fergie.

I rang Flash (who’s really into DOCTOR WHO and THE SITUATION right now, which I’m glad about).

Paul’s on his way.

Later:

QUEEN’S PARK DRIVE, AIREDALE, CASTLEFORD.


‘Tell Me When The Fever Ended (Instrumental)’ – Electribe 101

Paul Jones (Betty’s second husband), whose birthday it is today, picked me up from Doncaster Train Station after I’d rung Flash.  I gave him a birthday card and we chatted.  He’s doing very well in his chosen career as club singer and entertainer.  He dropped me at Gran Winterfood’s, where I’m staying.


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Next time: ‘A Playhouse odyssey…’

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