25 Years Too Late...

25 Years Too Late...

Friday, 17 October 1986

Closer Again

‘Glad it’s All Over’ – Captain Sensible




I saw Alison and we were closer again.  Since we arranged that we would, one day, start going out with each other, we came up with a code for getting together based on a TV advert.  As soon as it is time for us to come together, she will say: ‘Ready when you are, Bob!’  And that’s all we went on about today.  We were so much closer and I loved it.

‘Feel It’ – Feelabeelia




Tonight, I rang her and she’s been listening to a tape I gave her of this diary during September.  She said it was sweet.  I’m glad she liked it.


I’m staying at Freddie’s mum’s tomorrow so as to see Alison who lives nearby.  Alison reckons ‘Bob’ might be ready tomorrow.  You know what that means!  Oh, I can’t wait to see her…





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NEXT TIME: ‘Bob…’

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