Nicholas Quirke was needing a rest on 27th September 1980 as he felt weary from a surfeit of socialising. However he was not in control of his fear of missing out and when a surprise offer came his way, rebelling against his natural inclination to stay in, he accepted and went out.
Nicholas Quirke was recovering from rising to a challenge at his cousins wedding. Excess had left him aching and sluggish. He had enjoyed the attention from relatives though his attempts to rescue Cousin Steve’s through his own future plans failed. So with his Brother and dreams of creative success, headed back to London life.
Nicholas Quirke was astonished by what he packed into his day despite being lost in the boredom and isolation of work once his fellow temp had been removed. A swim caused him some embarrassment and rehearsals left him confused. A lightness of being was bought to his day when he was indulged in a cabaret.
Nicholas Quirke was dazed and confused when floored by an accident on 13th September 1979 and a mystery was solved when he went under the scalpel. He made the most of the time it had afforded him, flat hunting and meeting friends who populated the remainder of a dizzying day.
Nicholas Quirke was saying goodbye to his friend Jenny who was jetting off to work in Africa whilst friends flooded his post box with postcards from abroad and made him feel envious. He found solace in films, counseled Dee, corresponded with a friend and worked. Uneventful.
Nicholas Quirke was languishing with a sickness on 27th August 1981 and had to forgo his morning swim in the sea. This malaise did not stop him from going to work or attending a literary soiree where he garnered some praise for his scribblings.
Apologies to listeners for broadcasting the wrong episode from 1981. New Episode 19th August 1980 where Nicholas Quirke was disappointed to discover in himself that he lacked the passion to fight and this revelation led to some profoundly shallow soul searching. His recent actions left him feeling judged and rudderless. These emotions had an effect on his mood generated some bad behavior at the theatre.