There are a couple of things I should preface this post with:
1. It is still about 5 weeks until my birthday but I thought I might as well give a heads up to anyone keen on spoiling me for my birthday. Thank you in advance.
2. I know this is an incredibly materialistic post and that is its only intention. What I really want and hope for the coming year comes in the form of happiness and success and achieving the goals I’ve set out for myself. This past year was spent making some massive life changes and preparing for the ‘next big chapter’. The biggest birthday wish I have is that it is as wonderful as I picture it being.
BUT THAT DOESN’T MEAN I WILL IGNORE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SAY I WANT OTHERWISE RIDICULOUS MATERIAL POSSESSIONS.
So here it is! Drum roll please! :)
And tickets to this show on Broadway paying tribute to one of the greatest films, in my opinion, ever made.
The truth is that this year is one of the first years of my adult life that I am very seriously looking forward to my birthday. Usually I get a bit weird about throwing myself a party and though I am always so touched at the response of those who love me, it can get a bit stressful. But thanks to my very lovely friends in London and impeccable timing on the part of the beautiful Saint Saviour, this year I get to celebrate my making it through another year by getting to be with the people I adore at an event for someone else. Saint Saviour, who I have written about COUNTLESS times on the blog (here, here and here), will be hosting an intimate album launch gig on my 29th and I get to go see her work her magic while being able to hug my friends as much as I bloody well like. What more could a girl want? (Aside from gold ballet flats with mice faces on them.)