The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Monday, 16 July 1990

Hoping for Tomorrows


‘Hey Bulldog’ – The Beatles

Based on the letters I have sent, I am expecting replies from Donna Davidson, Colin Baker, the BBC, Maggie, and Natalia Wnek.

All things considered, these are the potential stakes:
Donna – sometime this week or next week
Colin Baker – ages into the future
The BBC – never
Maggie – never (but maybe a quick phone call)
Nat – never

Lilith rang this morning; a sadly dull conversation.

This week I must ring Audrey.  I should also ring Stan Flowers, unless he’s moved to Leeds now (which he probably will have done; just as I finally feel ready to go and have a pint or ten with him).

In case you were wondering, I have had no reply from Miranda.  Tomorrow, I hope. 



‘The Burning of the Midnight Lamp’ – Jimi Hendrix

Please let it be tomorrow, Miranda.

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Next time: ‘Rise and Reverberate…’

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