It was the dear boy's birthday, but he hadn't got *all* that drunk. We left before the end, because Loki was playing Blue Monday and I had that sinking 'he's about to mix something horrible into it' feeling. And I walked him to the taxi rank. And he said "see you soon", like he has been, as if two weeks is soon. Maybe it's sooner the older you get; it's a world away to me. And then he hugged me close. And said 'goodnight', and kissed me.
Oh, and one other thing. ladycat, you were quite, quite, quite right, and I shall start stalking immediately. ~grin~
I went charity shopping today. (As ever, when in Cambridge.) I found a new top, which is A Good Thing - another one that can probably be worn under the corset, too. Yay. I also found some rather curious music. Leaping out at me from one of the racks of records in Scope was 'Music from the film GOTHIC' composed by Thomas Dolby, who, in case any of you didn't know, generally rocks very hard indeed, in an eccentric sort of way. So of course, I bought it, but I'd never heard of the film. I've now looked it up and rather want to see it. Do any of you goths have a copy? I'm curious.
(Also bought Scritti Politti's 'Cupid And Psyche 85', Enya's 'Watermark', an 80s compilation, 'I Second That Emotion' (12") by Japan and 'Twilight Cafe' by Susan Fassbender if anyone was curious, which they weren't. ~g~)
Catch up on LJ, then catch up on sleep. ~kittencollapse~