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 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 enjoying a moment in the sun when an acting exercise played out well for him. His inspiration led to the breaking of a cardinal rule, some crockery and maybe bones. But even the blow to his pride he received from a renowned actor could not dim the flame of self satisfaction he felt.
Nicholas Quirke was caught up in a dramatic moment in history and found suspicion fell upon him due to his choice of companions. He had nothing to be guilty of and returned to London with a clear conscience and with a trip to Essex in his sights.
Nicholas Quirke was not enjoying being an artists model as his life became completely embroiled with his brothers; from creativity to socialising. His seeming altruism betrayed a selfish and egocentric streak which had him bemoaning his wasted days.
Nicholas Quirke was entertaining friends in Brighton on 14th June 1981 and enjoying showing off some the delights of his seaside town to the visitors, prompting memories of his youth and a moment of self disgust, though the cost of putting things right made any repair prohibitive.
Nicholas Quirke was without work on 24th October and made a variety of arrangements to obtain an income which he was going to need , despite some disappointment, to maintain friendships and a lifestyle that in his present state of penury he could not afford.
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.
Nicholas Quirke was unable to complete some basic tasks on 29th October 1982, allowing instead feelings of ennui and despair to creep into his Hampstead abode as changes to his world were on the way. This state of mind was quickly dispelled by a visit to the cinema and the normal routine of his day taking over
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 surviving on very little sleep and felt himself to be reacting to the whims, moods and desires of his friends and largely ignoring his own. Somehow this selflessness didn’t hold him up when it came to his TV viewing.