All I wanted to see on the May Day Bank holiday was May Pole dancing and Morris Men. I’m sure it’s the tradition for this time of year but do you think I could find anywhere with these two things going on, no! I’m surrounded by small villages perfect for a May Day celebration, but all I could find was a fun fair.
We enjoyed wandering around in the sun and stumbled across a lovely vintage shop with loads of gorgeous Lambrettas and Vespas parked outside and inside was full of vinyl, jewellery, fabric, fur coats and a tea shop… great find.
Saturday Rebellion Roller derby hosted a charity evening of Burlesque in memory of Beulah Ballbreaker and to raise money for The University College Hospital Leukaemia and Lymphoma Unit.
I was a great night full of fun times, live music and burlesque. I only took a couple of photos and I was too busy enjoying myself. Pics of Toxic Aurora.
To start the bank holiday we took a trip to St. Albans to visit a Goth Exhibition in the local Museum. Whilst we were there we took the opportunity to look around the shops and as usual I found myself rummaging in the charity shops.
The moment I walked into the Cancer Research shop a dress caught my eye… after a closer look and a check of the size, I knew I had to have it. Its perfect and a bargain at only £5.50.
Whilst compiling the recycling this morning I came across the local paper and thought I’d just flick through to see what was going on in Milton Keynes this weekend and came across a cat show that was being held at a local college leisure centre. As I was meeting up with my friend Cathy this afternoon for a catch up, I thought I’d ask her if she fancied coming along with me to check it out.
Having never been to such an event I had no idea what to expect… the event did not disappoint. Not sure what I enjoyed more the cats or their owners!!!
|Grey on grey|
|Love this judge’s tie!|
|Croc from the movie Finding Neverland|
|This rabbit was huge, the photo doesn’t give it scale|