The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 13 June 1990

Hello, Dolly!


‘Norwegian Wood’ – The Beatles

Lilith’s moving into her new place next week.  Good luck go with her in her new home.  I’ve had a vague kind of relationship with her lately and she seems to love me so much now (I was, after all, one of the reasons why she knew she had to go and live in Scotland with Nick – she was, it turns out, extremely attracted to me when she felt she really ought to be totally in love with her boyfriend).  I had a letter from her today and she claims all her thoughts revolve around me right now.  She says that on all those Thursdays she came to stay, she wanted to be sexually ravished.  We’ll have to talk soon, that being the case…


‘November Spawned A Monster’ – Morrissey

I got a DOCTOR WHO audio cassette out of the Library today: THE PESCATONS, and it’s not that bad.

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Next time: ‘Never Look Back…’

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