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 and led to some bad behavior at the theatre.
Nicholas Quirke was sleeping in a strange bed and wrestling with his equilibrium. It was a working day in an amazing location and the air was resounding with the sound of the names he was dropping. He had plans and they started with a haircut.
Nicholas Quirke was fleeing a night of over-indulgence, traveling back to London and into the a world of video, booze and knitting where once again sleep eluded him. Episode 52 in A Day in the Year of a Nobody. Dedicated to Dee Sadler
Nicholas Quirke was not expecting to have the day he experienced, which started with dreams, saw him overdressed, disturbed by art, swim, connect with family and friends and ended with the crushing of a dream.
Nicholas Quirke was enjoying spending money he didn’t have with friends and celebrating a Wimbledon final that finally put his hero centre court. A crush made him blush and a film’s stereotyping rankled leaving him despairing over Gay rights.
Nicholas Quirke was brooding over his lot; working, missing watching Wimbledon and the ultimate episode of a TV series, until his spirits were uplifted by an unexpected party.
Nicholas Quirke was teetering on the edge of madness, wallowing in sadness and pleading poverty. Yet none of this stopped him from reading, socialising, seeing a movie and taking a taxi home. He relied on the kindness of friends but their subsides came at a cost to his mood.