The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Friday, 27 April 1990



‘The Handsome Cabin Boy’ – Kate Bush

A lazy week as far as FRANKENSTEIN went.  I hate the way the other group members haven’t even tried to offer any production, tour or financial ideas whilst I’ve been working on a script with Peter Conti.  Things are going absolutely nowhere.

This morning, Lilith and I came into Tech.  I enjoyed her being at my place.  I hope she’ll come again.  She’s really lovely.

I chatted with Amy a lot and Fergie briefly.  Jonny was being very sarcastic to Fergie on my behalf which I must admit I found rather amusing.

Jonny and Missy are a lot closer now, but he still has a soft spot for Abby MacMillan.  So do I, actually – especially as Lili has revealed that Abby likes my voice and often does impressions of me!  That’s at least 3 people this week who’ve said they love my voice; what’s so good about it?

‘Year of the Cat’ – Al Stewart

In the afternoon, as Peter, Jonny and I were knocking some script together, Fergie came in and said she’d just popped by to say goodbye.  So I walked her to the door and realised Mickey was waiting for her on the other side.  I hugged her.  We than had a little kiss on the lips.  She made some frustrated noise and then it turned into a full kiss, after which she left.

I guess I’m just going to have to be as casual about it all as she is from now on.  Glib.  That’s the situation.

Maggie rang tonight and she wants us to get together.

I wanted to go out tonight.  SALVATION are playing in King’s Lynn.  It’s CRAZYHEAD next week.  I may well go to that. 

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