49 Days In 1988: Week 25 – Answers From An Unexpected Source

Hugh has a fascinating series on his blog just now in which he shares diary extracts from a year of his life in London back in 1988. I’m a guest on his blog today, which means I get to chose the music. Head over to read about Hugh and listen to some Queen.

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Click here to read the first week of this feature, and follow the links at the end of each post.


London – July 15th, 1988

I spent most of the night worrying about the meeting I had with Jake, as well as worrying about whether I should contact Douglas and share all the news of what’s happened to Jake. Of course, Jake may well have already told Douglas everything, but that got me worrying about what if he hasn’t? Talk about getting myself into a tizz.

To my surprise, I woke up this morning knowing exactly what I should do. It’s a strange thing to have to write, but I got all the answers from a dream I had last night that contained my Grandmother. When I saw her last Christmas, she was showing the first signs of a strange illness that my mother didn’t want to talk about…

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4 thoughts on “49 Days In 1988: Week 25 – Answers From An Unexpected Source

  1. Nice to see you featured on Hugh’s interesting blog, Mary.
    I’m not a huge Queen fan, but the video to the song was a great deal of fun, and Freddy could certainly belt out a song! 🙂
    Best wishes, Pete..

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  2. Thank you so much for being my guest onboard my music time machine this week, Mary. Wishing you much success with all your books and your writing. And thanks for choosing a brilliant song for the feature. I may have already mentioned this to you, but I once had the pleasure of serving Freddie Mercury a drink. That’s another story for another day from my 1980s era.😀
    Best wishes,

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    • Oh, wow! I look forward to reading about that. Glad you enjoyed my song choice (though I could have chosen anything from Queen) and I liked how it fit with the day’s theme – or, the theme fit the song. Thanks so much for letting me part of music time machine.

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