The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Wednesday, 10 October 1990

The Return of Jazz Thompson

5:30pm
 
'Don’t Drop Bombs’ – Liza Minnelli

 
Gemma Winchester’s 19th birthday.
 
A year since my party.  Those were the days. 
 
Johnny’s here.  No Amy.  No Missy.  God knows what we’re going to do, but I’m glad he’s here.
 
HEY!  I saw Lilith at Tech today.  And do you know who was with her?  Well he’s just returned from London after all these years, and fuck me, it was Jazz Thompson!  CHRIST ON A BIKE!  FLIPPING HUMMER!  And he’s good mates with Lilith now, which does my head in!
 
I bought some DOCTOR WHO novels – which almost felt out of synch with ‘now’, but I succumbed anyway.  They were: SURVIVAL

 
…and GHOST LIGHT.
 

 
Hey!  And I saw Becky Baker today for the first time in ages – AND Tara Speed. 
 
Why all these faces from the past, eh?
 
 
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