Thursday, 29 May 2014

I Have a Problem

It seems that I have a problem when it comes to buying new clothes and make up and hair products, when I haven't actually used or worn the stuff I have already. I just love stuff and I need it all. I have about 7 complete outfits in my wardrobe I've never worn, however when I get invited to a party or gathering or something I'll buy maybe two or three more outfits claiming 'I have nothing to wear!' which is a complete lie, the problem isn't i have 'nothing' to wear but I have too much to wear, and no way am I bragging at all, but this problem I have is 10x due to the fact my sister and I are the same size. And I can't get rid of anything, what if I need it in 17 years when it comes back in style?!?! Exactly. And I am sure that I am not the only one with this problem, however it has to stop, and I will try not to buy anything more until I've use / worn everything, but don't hold me to that...

Rachel xoxo

Friday, 9 May 2014

On Seeing the 100% Perfect Show One Beautiful May Evening

For those of you who know me, you will know that I am an absolute muscial fanatic, I can't get enough and see every thing I can from uk national tours to local productions, and it helps my best friends love it too so we go together like ramalamalama kading a dee ding dee dong. 

The most reccent show I saw was Rock of Ages on the 7th May 2014 at the Palace Theatre and oh my god it was my favourite so far (possibly, who can have favourites?). It was absolutely hilarious, the cast was flawless and the voices 😍 and I think I possibly had the best Lonnie ever, he was played by Stephen Lipkin on the night I saw it, I'm not sure why because he's not swing or anything and I know he's played him before but I'm not complaining at all! Personal favourite was Can't Fight This Feeling, had me I'm stitches and maybe even happy tears??? but I'm not going to that (THE LIFT THO), and because my friends and I were sat grand tier on a night when the City match was on it was practically empty with no one behind us to disrupt, it was great to stand up and clap along during the finale, which it why I love the theatre, the atmosphere is so chilled and you get a great show. I can't wait to see the next one! 

On a side note, how weird is it that the same guy who played Drew (Noel Sullivan) played Galileo in the production of We Will Rock You in 2011 at the exact same place? Needless to say he's still amazing.

Rachel xoxo

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