‘Merry Christmas Everyone’ – Shakin' Stevens
Some days this house can get on my nerves. Especially when nothing’s happening and it all feels dead and crap. I hate the weather this time of year also. The sun’s so bright and this week it’s been so bloody hot for the time of year, it’s pathetic. Where’s the Christmas weather we’re supposed to get? The light of the sun is blinding and can actually hurt the eyes.
Oh god, another afternoon of piss and shit and I’m fed up with being a spotty bastard.
Peter Conti rang today. Good on him.
But why hasn’t Maggie written back?
Oh, and it’s now a year since I met Lilith.
‘Doctor Who (Mood Version)’ – Mark Ayres
Elbow rang; a few enquiries about where we might go with THE SITUATION THEATRE COMPANY and how he might be involved. I hope he’s feeling a little more reassured about what we hope to achieve.
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