‘LFO’ – LFO
Today, Raquel’s been showing me WINCHESTER + I love it. Raq is good company. Better than I ever realised or expected.
We had lunch at PIZZA HUT and made a mess, then we went to see King Arthur’s table and Jane Austen’s house.
ALLRATE? WANNAFAIGHT? IT’S ESS LIVING HERE WITH SOUTHERNERS – BUT WHAT’S THE POINT OF BULLSHITTING THAT YOU POSSESS KING ARTHUR’S ROUND TABLE WHEN IT’S A FACKING PHONEY? P.S. MY NEW POSTER IS SKILL. BE SEEING YOU.
‘Get A Life’ – Soul II Soul
Today, Raq showed me around Winchester and we went to see King Arthur’s round table, the cathedral and the watermeadows. We did a bit of shopping and ate at Pizza Hut.
This evening, we ate at the canteen and got drunk with Helen before going to a pub called THE GREEN MAN. We then returned to the Lodge for a party which was bloody great. I was getting on with people – most of them only vaguely – but with Helen like a house on fire. I felt relieved to not have to follow Raq around like a puppy in a new environment, and thanks to a guy called Tom I got even more drunk – on GUINNESS of all things! It was also lovely to see Raq moving around the now very wild party, relaxed and confident; settled in; manic, groovy and free; just free, no ties; being herself; free to do what she wants to do; getting loaded and having a good time.
So the party was excellent – apart from when I cut my tongue.
I did have my hair cut last week, by the way, and I love it. It’s been thinned out and the sides are shaved. I had it in a pony today with the back dreadlocked and I really like it.
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