Tuesday, 18 December 2012


Hey Sweeties,

I had a little trip to A&E last Friday, I was at a friends gig; The Moonstones (Defiantly worth watching). Anyways, I hadn't had a good proper alcoholic drink in a while. 
I drank a bottle of Wine, I had two vodkas with coke, two shots of Sambuca and two shots of Whiskey.
 I woke up in hospital with my mam and Dan beside my bed, having no clue why I was in there. 
It wasn't until the day after my mam told me what had happened.
 Obviously I had far to much to drink got up and tripped over a chair bashing my head of the floor. 
The falling I can not remember.
I was comatose for a few hours, I couldn't get over the fact that they couldn't wake me without sticking a needle in my arm from which I have a horrible bruise.
Thankfully, I have amazing friends who were there for me. I'm so grateful and lucky for that. 
Before and after. 
Defiantly not nice.

I thought I'd share them with you to show how alcohol can effect you; loss of memory and loss of balance. Worst of all if I was in town I could have bashed my head on the pavement doing more damage, being surrounded by strangers anything could've happened.
It's around that time of year where people do get very merry and drink too much alcohol. It's ok to drink but not too much as you could also end up in A&E too.
So please do be careful.
As.....finally Christmas is less than a week away!

The nursery has broken up until the 7th and I'm not back at uni until the 9th of January.

So, all I need to do now is:
1.  Relax.
2. Relax.
3. Eat.
4. Buy Christmas presents. (I've only bought one Christmas present, so unorganized I know)
5. Eat.
6. Watch TV.

I have absolutely no idea what I've got for Christmas as I never asked for anything.
Although some money for the January sales would be good.
I'm finally seeing The Hobbit tomorrow!

Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas, surrounded by loving family and  friends.

Much Love,
M! xo

Tuesday, 4 December 2012

One dress, two ways.

Hey sweeties,
Once again I do apologize for being M.I.A.  
Now as well as work and uni I've taken on a nursery placement which means I only get one whole day off.
Busy bee!!

Any way, as I'm getting paid this week I'm browsing Simply Be as to what I want for my uniform.
I thought I'd share what I've bought as uniform so far, granted its not much.
One dress two ways.
On my first shift I was so happy as we had just had our first delivery from AX Paris Curve. So with my discount I purchased this beautiful item!
AX Paris Heart Print Cross Over Dress. 
Unfortunately it is now sold out in this colour, but we still have the black/stone version for £35.
The Leather Effect Skater Skirt is all so from Simply Be. I absolutely love it, it looks better on than it did on the hanger. I really can't stop wearing it :)

Another combo I've worn for work is...
The most gorgeous Long Sleeve Peplum Lace Top! As soon as I saw it I was like ':O NEED!' Then bought it after my shift, looked online when I got home and it comes in a Berry colour too another ':O NEED!'. I love how the arms are see through too. For £30 I think its great easy to wear and comfortable, brilliant quality too.
The Aubergine skirt is from Dorothy Perkins in their recent sale.

With Love
M! xo

P.s I'm taking part in Photo A day #December on Instagram so if you fancy checking that out or getting involved yourself it's never too late. 

Sunday, 4 November 2012

Life get out of the way!

Hey Sweeties, 
I'm so sorry I've been MIA recently.
Just a little update, I haven't completely abandoned you all, promise.
Between uni and work I've just haven't had the time to blog, I feel like I've missed out on so much and you really do get withdrawal symptoms from it.

I'm currently in bed ill and pissed off. I'm supposed to be at work for 11 but there's no chance I'm going in and vomiting over the customers. 
At work yesterday I kept running to the toilet, my manager wouldn't let me go home so when she left I asked the other manager and he let me go an hour earlier. At work you're supposed to ring at least 2 hours before your shift starts I've been ringing since 9 and NO ANSWER.
 Swear down she's ignoring the phone on purpose. 
My journey home took an extra hour last night as I had to keep getting off buses to be sick I know it sounds horrible and trust me it was.

Anyways, just letting you know I'm still alive (just). 
I will be posting very soon!

With Love,
M! xo

P.S Brillaint news about Charlton Athletic deaf football club. Hope you like your new kit boys!

Tuesday, 16 October 2012

My hat collection...

Hey Sweeties! 
Hats, hats and hats I love them. Whenever I go into a department store I always try them on I swear the staff at Debenhams are like 'Oh god she's back'. I don't ever care what I look like in them it's fun! 
I never really wore hats until I started 6th form, where there was no uniform, you could wear what ever you'd like.
 I've bought 3 hats in the past month so I thought I'd share my collection, however small it is unfortunately.

1. £10 Simply Be 2. £4 Primark
 3. £5 Matalan 4. £8 Primark
5. River Island £8 6. £2 (sale) Matalan

I've been nominated for the Liebster award by the lovely Kirsty over at Just Like Heaven!
Thank you m'dear!

11 Random Facts...
1. I hate my bum, it's far too small. 
2. I'm addicted to chicken. 
3. I miss painting.
4. I take too many photographs.
5. I'd be lost without my friends.
6. Me and Kate have booked our seats for the last ever midnight showing of Twilight.
7. I'm gutted that I don't have tickets to see Nicki Minaj.
8. Each time I hear Little Talks - Of Monster and Men I fall in love with it more and more.
9. Just encase I ever win the lottery, I have a list of people in my purse who I'd share the money with.
10. Every Sunday the first thing I do is reading Postsecret.
11. I've watched every episode of Grey's Anatomy, True Blood, NCIS, Castle and Rizzoli & Isles.

Kirsty's Questions...

Why did you decide to start blogging?
I wanted to create something that I could look back on and see how I've developed as a person and in life.
Were you a trouble-maker or a good kid in school?
I wasn't really a trouble maker, I got a few detentions for not doing my homework but that was about it.
 What are your favourite TV shows?
It'd have to be the ones in fact 11. Grey's Anatomy, True Blood, NCIS, Castle and Rizzoli & Isles.
Do you prefer dressing for summer or winter?
Defiantly summer.
What is your natural hair colour?
Light Brown.
If you could wish for one book/tv/film/comic universe to be real which would it be? (Weird question I know but I’m dying to go to Hogwarts haha)
Haha, I'd love to go to Hogwarts too! I am a member of Pottermore. I'd love the Hunger Games to be real, but I'd be living in The Capitol though not the Districts.
What one thing do you want to achieve within the next year?
To finally have a tattoo done for my Grandad. Now that I have a job, I should be able to save enough for it.
Have you ever had any embarrassing hair/make-up/wardrobe disasters? Do tell :)
When I was 6 my cousin and I decided to play hairdressers. She got a pair of real scissors and started to cut. I had long hair, so one side was long and the other short, in the end I had to get a mushroom cut.
What’s the scariest thing you’ve ever done?
Abseiled down a steep cliff, I was pooping myself! I actually stood in cow poo before I done it so that was all I could smell on the way down.
What beauty/hair product do you swear by?
Lush's Cynthia Sylvia Stout Shampoo. Made with Lemons and Beer, gives an amazing shine and smells great.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would it be?
There are many places I want to travel, but right now I want tickets to Hong Kong to see my dad since he now lives out there. I haven't seen him for 4 months.

With Love, 
M! xo

Thursday, 11 October 2012

Discount night...

Hey Sweeties!

On the 2nd of October 2012 at the Eldon Square Shopping Centre, pandemonium struck.
Yes, it was that one time of year where the many students of Northumbria and Newcastle University flocked to get ....
So ready with our Uni ID's Chloe, Yasmin, Josh and I headed to town to spend money what little money we had.

Many shops got involved such as Dorothy Perkins, New Look, Republic, River Island, Fenwicks, Levi's, Accessorize, Topshop, All Saints and many more! All offering discounts from 10-30% off.
Ok, it wasn't much of a discount but a discount non of the less! They first held this event last year which must have been successful or they wouldn't have done it again. 

Some friends went last year and from some of the stories I heard, I was expecting it to be manic, women pulling a leg each of the last pair of jeans in a certain size, shoes flying all over, grabbing clothes from everywhere like in the movies? 
But it really wasn't.
Plenty of students did turn up but I thought there would be a lot more than there actually was. Most of the main stores were busy like River Island and Topshop, you just seen boyfriends sitting in the corner with bags full or literally following their girls around holding hangers. In every shop, we waited about 20-30 minutes in each queue. 

I only bought a few things as I really couldn't be bothered to keep hunting around and getting barged into every two seconds.

 The hat is from River Island was £10 to £8. My friend persuaded me to buy I'm still a little unsure if it suits me or not. It's a tad too big at the back.
The Cross vest is from New Look Inspire which was £12.99 to £8.75 I think. I couldn't be bothered to try anything on so when I came home I found the 18 a bit too tight so I went back the next day and got a 22. The baggier then better I think.
I did buy a dress from Dorothy Perkins, but when I got home it was the wrong size as it was on the wrong hanger. So annoying when that happens!
To be honest I was buying for buying sake really, poor bank.
Also on a different day I bought a much need Organiser.

I really do have a thing for Union Jacks =)
 This was £11 from Paperchase. I love the pockets inside.

I think that's my procrastination done for the day, I have copious amounts of assignments to do as I've just started my level 3 on top of my already level 4 in childcare, bit backwards but hey, ho! 

With Love, 
M! xo

Saturday, 6 October 2012

Skin care routine..

Hey Sweeties! 
Ever since I became a teenager I've had one constant problem, spots/acne
I've tried many products and even anti-biotics to help clear them or just to control them.
Last year I went into boots when I seen one of their numerous offers, this one was for face wipes to be more specific Clean & Clear.

First things first in the morning I just wash my face with dove soap and water.
Then when I'm getting ready I use;
Clean & Clear Deep Cleansing Lotion:
"For sensitive skin. Cleanses your skin gently but effectively to remove everyday build-up of oil, dirt and grease [..] It can also be used to refresh, tone and tighten pores after washing."
It does exactly that, which is great as I naturally have oily skin. 
You really do feel your skin tighten. The cotton pads are Primark's own make, why get expensive ones when they all do the same job.
Once I'm all ready I always put my make-up on last. 

Clean & Clear Deep Action Facial Wipes:
When I come in from Uni/Work and I know I'm not going out again I use these to remove my make-up.
"Cleans deep down to effectively remove dirt, oil and make up in one quick, easy step."
Once again, it does exactly that and afterwards you can feel your face tingle it's an odd but nice sensation.
Then I cleanse my face with the lotion above. 

Once I've done that I apply;
Vaseline Intensive Rescue Moisture Locking Body Lotion:
"Increases moisture instantly, then fills the gaps in skin to lock moisture in all day, promoting the proper environment dry skin needs to repair itself"
And what do you know? It does exactly that, what a surprise :)
Even though I naturally have oily skin, after I've wiped and cleansed my skin it tends to feel dry so I finish off with this. 

Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures from before I started using the cleansing lotion but I do have after photos. It's roughly 2-3 weeks since I've started to used the product. My friends and family have even noticed a difference. I still do get spots but not frequently as before.
As you can see I just have blemishes and scars left.
Thankfully girls, I have a great foundation =)
Over all, I fully recommend all of these products to anyone with acne/spot problems.
Do you have any miracle products?

With Love,
M! xo

Wednesday, 3 October 2012

My 20th!

Hey sweeties!
Well it's finally over, my teenage years have wasted away; adult life is now upon me.
I thought I'd share with you what I wore on my birthday, some people would've seen this on Instagram.

Blouse, George - Maxi skirt, Grazia.

As I don't have a Tri-pod yet, I used the seat of my exercise bike =) 

I love the pattern on this top, I don't have another like it. I bought this last year from George (Asda). I've worn it quite a few times and the quality is the same as when I got it. Extremely easy to wash and iron which is always a bonus.
I've wanted a bluey green skirt for ages to wear with this top, when I was re-doing the sales rack at work, NO ONE ELSE WAS GETTING IT! 
Mwhaha, so I just put 'hold for Michelle' on the back.
Oh the perks of the job, it was £40 to £10 by Grazia but sold in Simply Be.
I know the socks don't quite go but whenever I wear leggings I always feel as if they're going to slide up my leg, so I put socks on just encase, yes I've already told you a numerous of time I'm weird :D I'm normally a size 20 but with it having an elasticated waist I chose an 18 as most of the clothes at Simply Be are quite generous with sizing, it turned out to be a perfect fit. 
As you can see it has an underskirt which is just at knee length.

Me and the guys just went to our usual quiz night, thankfully they didn't sing happy birthday to me, I would've have been redder than a tomato! 
I've finally tasted Krispy Kremes, ermahgerd! 

With Love,
M! xo

Friday, 28 September 2012


Hey Sweeties!
The Ladyboy's of Bangkok (Kathoey) are a group of 16 transgender gay males who perform a cabaret show. 
Last year I went to see The Ladyboy's, which was amazing but unfortunately I didn't take any photographs. Then when my mam heard they were back, she bought me a ticket as part of my birthday present, we asked to be near the front and we got in the front of the main stairs! 
Each table holds 8 people, as there was 4 of us we sat with a young guy and his gran with 2 friends.
Once again they did not disappoint, fabulous costumes! And you really can't they used to be men.
They mimed songs by Cher, Britney Spears, The Pussycat Dolls, Tina Tuner and more.
If you get the chance to see them do go! 

With Love,
M! xo

Monday, 24 September 2012

Busy bee....

Hey sweeties,
I'm sorry I haven't posted sooner, I've been incredibly busy for a change and I'm loving it!

Work is incredible, I always thought I'd hate my first job and do it just for the experience and money. I'm so happy that I love it. All the staff are more than lovely, half of the staff are roughly my age (18-25's) then the rest are (40-50's) I feel as if I have 2 mothers at work. 

My first day consisted of greeting the staff, reading my daily targets (hate them!), seeing to the customers, bringing out the new AX Paris stock (AMAZING, I want everything) and checking the stock.
Pretty much thrown in at the deep end considering I've had no training, I loved every minute of it.
Simply Be's uniform has to be their own products, so when the shop was quiet, Karen (a fellow employee) insisted I try on some clothes so when pay day comes around I'll have an idea of what I want.
 Of course I picked up far too many pieces, could you resist? 
What's even more amazing is the staff discount, I'm sure they said it was 80% off!
Simply Be £70
I tried on this dress, sorry for the quality this is off my phone as my photo copier isn't working.
 Karen insisted I printed it out from the magic mirror.
Magic Mirror you ask?
If you are unsure on the dress, you can take a photo and email it to yourself!

As I've just started I don't have any Simply Be clothes, so I took ages deciding what to wear. I do apologise to people who follow me on instagram (x_Justsmile) as you would've already seen this.
I bought all of this from a charity shop, the skirt comes originally from H&M.

Once again its that time of year, being my birthday on Sunday this is officially the last week of my teenage years, yup I'm hitting the big 20 and I'm at work for it, but all is good, it's quiz night :D
Which is quite good as I don't like big celebrations, though I'm gonna buy some Krispy Kreme doughnuts after work as the shop is directly behind mine! Yeah, I know how to party. 

Also the last few months have been hard for me, so I'd like to thank you all immensely for your encouraging words and support, I really do appreciate it all.
Thank you.

With love,
M! xo

Monday, 17 September 2012


Hey Sweeties!
Well this past week has been amazing.
1. As most of you know I started University.
2. I've finally made new friends!!
3. I had another job interview :D

1. I was so nervous travelling to uni, my stomach was uneasy. First day of high school, all over again. Though I need'nt have worried, my lecturer is so down to earth and funny. I'm in a class of 19 girls, no boys (slightly dissapointed by that), our class has a variety of ages which is great.
2. When I went to reception to find which class I was in, I over heard a girl infront asking for the same class so I introduced myself and we spent the whole day together.
3. On Saturday, I had a job for Simply Be. It has to be one of the best interviews I've had everyone was so down to earth and the tasks were fun, one of which was to create an outfit.

What I wore to the interview:
Red Dress: Ex-Catalogue Shop (Also bought one in black.) £3.50
Floral Shawl: Dorothy Perkins I think it was £10-£15

I normally wear a nice top and my black jeans, but I wanted this job. So after an hour or two deciding on what to wear I went for my red dress and black floral shawl. I changed the buttons on the dress as I personally thought they were hideous. I love this dress, it excuentates my chest and draws in my hips which are huge!  Unfortunatley, I'm not exaggerating.
As I can't walk in heels and my pumps look so tatty I decided to put my new boots on which suprisingly went.
Bronx Boots: Scorpio £65.
This way my whole outfit looked smart and bussiness like with a hint of casual.
Also this week I re-created an outfit I wore at Leeds Fest, I need to go back next year. It was lovely and hot I'm liking our Autum so far.
Army Jacket: Dad, Royal Engineers.
Foo Fighter's top: £20 Leeds Festival.
Denim Shorts: Primark. I can't remember the price bought them years ago.



M! xo

Friday, 14 September 2012

If I:

Hey sweeties! 
I seen this post a few days ago on Kemples, I thought it was such a cute tag I had to do it.

If I were a gemstone, I'd be a Sapphire.
If I were a scent, I'd be freshly cut grass with a hint of mango.
If I were a pair of shoes, I'd be a pair of Floral Doc Marten's.
If I were the weather, I'd be winter.
If I were a facial expression, I'd be a smirk.

If I were a car, I'd be an electric blue Lamborghini.
If I were a time of day, I'd be 5am.
If I were a month, I'd be December.
If I were a place, I'd be the Caribbean.
If I were a liquid, I'd be Tropicana Orange.
If I were a taste, I'd be melted chocolate.

If I were a sea animal, I'd be a penguin.
If I were a food, I'd be Pasta Carbonara.
If I were a colour, I'd be neon blue.
If I were a flower, I'd be a Sunflower.
If I were a song, I'd be 'I had a dream'.

If I were a planet, I'd be Venus.
If I were an object, I'd be a photo frame.
If I were a fruit, I'd be an apple.
If I were a sound, I'd be a lullaby.
If I were a day of the week, I'd be a Friday.

M! xo

Monday, 10 September 2012

What's in my bag? Uni Edition.

Hey sweeties, 
Being my natural self I always leave everything to the last minute, apart from when I'm going on holiday I have check lists for everything. As its my first year at uni I've decided to get my bag ready a day early because knowing me I'll forgot something in a last minute dash for the bus.

As it'll be my first day, I've decided to take the basic essentials.

Brown Satchel.
I've always wanted one of these and when I seen it in Primark for £9 I couldn't resist. 
This may just be me but when I see someone with a satchel and it has a see through bit at the front like mine I find it irratating when they leave it blank. So yesterday whilst watching The Big Bang Theory, Sheldon said the magical word that is 'BAZINGA'. Therefore thee above.

My folder and Pukka Pad, every student needs one. I have a big thing for polka dots.
The most beautiful phone I've ever had (Samsung Galaxy S2) and my trusted Ipod that holds the soundtrack to my life. 
The Radley purse was a birthday present many moons ago, I really do need a new its starting to show wear and tear.
The magnificent Paper Chase brolly that has saved me on so many occasions. In the past I bought £1 brolly's from Poundland that always snapped so I decided to buy this for £15 and it hasn't let me down yet. I've probably just jinxed myself, good one Michelle.
Antibacterial Gel and Tissues, I'm an OCD freak. I can't handle germs, it's a miracle I survived Leeds Festival.
Sure is the best deodorant I've ever had, after a long busy day I can still smell it on me.
And last but not least a pretty pencil case. Every one who knows me knows I'm obsessed with our Union Jack flag, so when I seen this I had to have it. I also found it fitting that the design is called Festival, I bought it the day after Leeds :D

So that's my bag, if you's have done a recent What's In My Bag post please leave the link below as I love to be nebby!

M! xo

Friday, 7 September 2012


Hey Sweeties!
We took Charley swimming for the first time, I can't believe she's nearly a year old. 
This year has gone really quick. 
*Sad Face*

My Aunt rang me to say that they were taking her to our local baths and that I was more than welcome to watch, how could I refuse!
 I sat in the viewing area with my camera ready. 
Then I seen a bright pink suit coming out of the changing rooms she looked super cute. I managed to get one photo as a very fit life guard came over to say I needed special permission to take photos as there was another couple in the pool with their child. If they weren't there I would've been able to take more with my proper camera, but they never bloody went!
Though, I sneakily took some on my phone.
At times, she looked bored but smiled for most of it splashing around in her little floater.

I haven't really been up to much this week, I finally attempted the ironing which took 3 hours! 
(As I kept stopping to watch The Mummy, brilliant film). 
My friends think I'm weird but I love doing the ironing, it is so relaxing for me.

Which housework do you like doing?

B.I.N.G.O was last night, it's so frustrating when you're waiting for one number and someone else bloody shouts, it is just me that gets like that? Like usual I came home without winning a single penny. 
Bought a few bits and bobs for Uni, seriously can't wait any more. I received my time table yesterday, actually bounced round the house like a looney. Now I wanna watch Who Framed Roger Rabbit?
Oh, and I painted my nails again. I need help I can't stop painting them! 

If there is a rehab for excessive nail painting, please admit me.

1st layer - Rimmel Lycra Wear, Magenta.
2nd - Barry M, Silver Glitter
3rd - Technic's Mermaid.
4th - Rimmel Super Wear.
Defiantly, my favourite NOTD.

M! xo

Sunday, 2 September 2012

Changes is good.

Hey sweeties!
I'm on a MASSIVE come down from Leeds, all week I've been in bed coughing my guts up with the flu.

Any ways, 
"What do you want to be when you're older?" 
This question haunted me throughout my school years.
I didn't have a clue.

In year 8 I completed a two week placement at a local nursery. I had no experience with children, I'd never even held a baby. I was completely out of my depth. 
At the end of my two weeks, I was singing nursery rhymes and smiling at every child I'd pass. 
I absolutely loved it. 
On my very first day we went to the soft play area, I felt like a child myself.

I want to be around children.
I want to work in a Nursery.

When it came to sixth form, there was only one course to do with children which was CACHE. I couldn't do this as you needed to take CACHE, GCSE which I didn't.
So I chose Art, English Lit, Biology and Psychology. 
These didn't go so well, I own up it was my own fault as my heart wasn't into them and I should've  concentrated more to the annoyance of some of my teachers.

So this time last year while most of my friends started uni, I was signing onto the dole. Then in November my  beautiful cousin came along who I absolutely dote on, having her here made me realise more that I want to be around children. I'd apply for Childcare apprenticeships, had interviews for them but I didn't have the qualifications the other candidates had.  So for the better part of a year I've been looking for any job with no luck. I sat down one night and thought about all of my options. 

I came to the conclusion of being an Au Pair (travelling nanny). 
Combining my love for children and travelling.
So I looked around for college and degree courses, with the little UCAS points I had achieved.
And found a Foundation Degree in Working With Children. I applied, had two interviews and got on the course!

With the new government scheme about Loans and Bursaries being enforced I found out because I'm doing a part time course I only get my tuition paid for.
It's going to be hard but I'm damn well going to try my hardest. 
Thankfully my dad offered to pay for my monthly bus pass.

So as of the 12th of September 2012, I will be starting my degree and making my life better. As its a part time degree, the first 2 years will be took in college and the 3rd at Northumbria University. 
If everything goes to plan I will be off travelling the world looking after children in roughly 3-4 years.

  I'm so looking forward to making new friends and going stationary shopping I have such a thing for it!
If I can get enough money within the next year, hopefully me and Yasmin will be moving in together, she also starts at Northumbria this year doing Nursing.

Are any of you starting uni, if so what course and where?

M! xo

Wednesday, 29 August 2012

Ermahgerd LEEDS!!

Hello Sweeties!

Basically, this last weekend was WOW and the only bad thing was the toilets. I'll spare you the details, trust me I don't even want to re-live those memories.
"Dirtiest festival in the UK."

We stayed in the Green camp about 20 minute walk from the Main Stage where we got around six hours sleep. Our camp was really friendly, we met people from Newcastle and Manchester. 
Every night people would shout 
'Jesus Christ, FENTON!'.
We'd all join in, also the camps would do a Mexican wave but with cheering.

Until the acts who we wanted to see came on, we sat in the Comedy tent, which was always packed. We seen Al Murray and Chris Ramsey who both asked if any Geordies were in of course we shouted!! We also seen Reginald D Hunter who was amazing as always.
The main bands who we seen were Paramore, Florence + The Machine, Foster The People, Kasabian, Kaiser Chiefs, The Vaccines, Bullet For My Valentine, All Time Low, You Me At Six and Coheed and Cambria.
Those who have me on Instagram seen how close I was to many of them!
I was so surprised at how amazing Foster The People were!

The food is so exspensive, thank god I took my own. £2.20 for a normal sized bottle of Pepsi. A chicken burger was £5.00!!

We got beer thrown on us a few time, which isn't unusual at festivals. Many people said some people even throw pee! Speaking of pee, Chloe and Grace got actually pee'd on by two drunk men. One of them were so drunk the people crowd surfed him out. A guy overdosed in front of us and collapsed on me. On the last night people had brought flares into the arena. One guy got so badly burnt they put him in a body bag, I honestly thought someone had died until I seen the body move inside.

Anyhooo, it really was an amazing weekend. I'll defiantly be doing it again, it was totally worth every single penny.

I also took a disposable camera with me, so when I get the developed I shall put them on here :D
Also, most of my photos have disappeared so once I have time I shall be re-taking them and re-creating NOTD's.

Who would you see if you had the chance?
M! xo