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February 14, 1994

Coffee in Kinross Services

This evening Ged and I drove down to Kinross Services in the BMW, and had a coffee there and a chat.

February 16, 1994

Ash Wednesday

It's Ash Wednesday, and no I haven't managed to get any ashes. I also haven't did my diary for some time either. I've had a cold for the last ten days or so, and so I've been getting out of the shop earlier at nights to get home to the warm, but it hasn't helped much. I haven't had as much energy at nights either, and so haven't managed to get much done in the office.

February 20, 1994

American Psycho

I just finished reading 'American Psycho' by Bret Easton Ellis, and I am now onto 'Rules of Attraction', his previous book. I was actually supposed to be going through to Glasgow last night to see Andrew Mortali, but he called on Thursday night to say he'd crashed his car, wasn't feeling too well and would be coming home for the weekend. I dropped in to see him after mass, and we chatted for a while. I am possibly going through next weekend, or possibly going out with Ged (who currently isn't clubbing because he's saving up to get married or crucified or something). I'm just back from Tesco where I had a chat with Bryan Cartwright who was working there tonight.

February 22, 1994

Rain and work...

It rained quite a lot today. I stopped off at the shop to unload some stock from Martex, and the shop got mobbed so it took me some time to park the car. After the initial burst today it quietened down so I had a chance to grab an early lunch. I managed to get lost on two companies' phone systems today. 17:10 I called Andrew Mortali at his flat in Glasgow to see if he fancied going out at the weekend. He says he's probably coming home again so we may go out together here. We had a good laugh and talked about fast cars, Armani, etc. I dived home in the BMW after work and took Mum to an auction viewing at Curr & Dewar's. We were there until about 19:00, then came home, ate, and I watched a 'Without Walls' on cars which had a good roadtest match against a Viper and a Ferrari 348. I took Pal out, did the money, and now here I am. My spare time often doesn't amount to much nowadays. I have to get the shop organised for the Rothmans visit on Monday, and somehow I have to make space for an ITL delivery on Thursday.