The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 15 July 1990

Hardly Worth Getting Up


‘You Never Give Me Your Money’ – The Beatles


Never any post on a Sunday.  Hardly worth getting up, is it?

I just watched a DOCTOR WHO video…


I just hope Miranda will reply to me by tomorrow.  It’s one year ago today that I saw her at the ICE AGE video ‘filming’.



‘The Rain Song’ – Led Zeppelin

As I said, I hope Miranda’s letter (if there is one) reaches me tomorrow.  I doubt it will, though.  Probably Tuesday, eh? 

The thing is, even if she does reply: will it be worth it?

Oh, of course it will! 

But will it be to any avail?  Will we ever ‘see’ each other, kiss, and make love again?  Will there be opportunity for you?  Will she ever come up to Wisbech?  Does she want this of me?!

Oh, please let beautiful things happen between us.  I’d know what to do this time.

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Next time: ‘Hoping for Tomorrows…’

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