The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Saturday, 7 April 1990

A Wish Away



‘A Wish Away’ – The Wonder Stuff

My arrangement with Fergie that she would come here to Blackberry Narrow for the day, wasn’t to be.

I met her in Lynn after I left Jonny’s.

Ooh!  On the way to meet her, I also saw Justine Black and then James Abbott.


Fergie told me that she only had till 1pm as she was meeting Mickey, just to make sure they’ll be friends, etc. (at his insistence).  Of course, I felt very doubtful about the whole thing.  Nay, I was quite perturbed.  And it showed.

But as I left her at 1pm, I just prayed that I could trust her.

So now I’m home, after a week at Jonny’s.

Fergie rang tonight and all’s well.  I just feel I should be saying and doing more than I am when I’m with her; making better use of our time together.  I don’t know…

Well, here’s the Easter holidays, for better or for worse.  We’ll see.

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Next time: ‘What to do with Easter?’

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