The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 23 May 1990

Leavers' Disco

‘God Knows I’m Good’ – David Bowie

Today was Leaver’s Disco day.

Donny and I talked to Fergie and Kate a bit during College.  And when I saw Jonny, I asked him if it was okay for me to change at his house for the disco.

This evening, when I got to Jonny’s I changed clothes, but he only said about two sentences to me – and that was it all night.  But his lovely mum made me some dinner and said to me that no matter what things were like between him and me I am always welcome to stay or go for my tea.  She said they were always happy to see me, which really touched me.

‘Get Up!’ – Technotronic

The disco was good.  All the friends were there: Donna, Donny, Caroline, Cheryl, Leo, Kirby, Joni and lots of new people I’ve never spoken to before.

Well, I drank a few, I’ll admit.  Fergie was there and we talked ourselves to death and found ourselves hugging and so forth – until we moved into an extremely long kiss.  One of life’s important kisses, I’d venture.  But somehow we parted during the night and I later heard she was having a few troubles with her best mate, Gary, who finally admitted to loving her.  Obviously, she DOESN’T love him…

Sitting alone, I was eventually accosted by Double D’s friend Sara, who was all over me – which was something I didn’t really want, to be honest, so I made quick my escape.

Amy got off with some bloke and had a long kiss with Leo behind Cheryl’s back.  I thought that was a bit horrible, because Cheryl’s so nice.

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