The Winterfood Diaries

The Winterfood Diaries

Sunday, 30 December 1990

When Dreams Come True

‘Dig For Fire’ – Pixies

 
Well, I’m so absolutely thrilled that everything’s come together on the ‘Polly front’.  She stayed out with Flash and me at the Wenns in King's Lynn tonight – and Sammy came out too.  I told Polly all my feelings for her and she told me about hers for me and it turns out we’d both been feeling worried that it might not ‘happen’ as we were both so desperate to start a relationship with the other.  Which we now seem very much to have done.  I think.
 
On top of this, Sammy and Flash have also hit it off incredibly well.
 
‘Something Fast’ – The Sisters of Mercy

 
After the pub, Flash, Sammy and I attended the very tail-end of the birthday party at Polly’s in West Winch and were invited to stay over.
 
Which is bloody brilliant.
 
‘Love’ – John Lennon

 
 
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