I went on a school trip yesterday to see Macbeth at the RSC and it was incredible. Christopher Eccleston was an amazing Macbeth, and I clearly had the best seat in the house (right by the stage within spitting distance) because during one part of the play, he ran down the little steps from the stage and literally crouched down right next to me. My leg was touching him. Despite the fact he then tripped over my handbag when he got back up to return to the stage, it was an epic performance! (Only me).
Anyway... I digress... we didn’t get back to school until gone 11:30 and then had to wait with kids who’s parents hadn’t bothered to turn up to collect them (yep - it happens) so when I eventually got home I was shattered!
When I woke up this morning, a parcel was waiting for me. Inside this parcel was the dream catcher weave I’d been discussing with the shop owner a little while back, but then just never had the spare pennies to spend on it. Turns out, she had fancied making it anyway and sent it to me and Sid as a gift and I am besotted both with the weave and also with her.
It is people like her that make the world go round, and the quality of it is amazing.
This is not an #ad. She will probably be mortified at me singing her praises publicly, but I just love it too much not to... so thank you @bradieeeee @bradeweavesanddreams you have made me a very flattered and happy lady!
Can I also say that her prices are literally half that of the ‘bigger’ weave makers and their shops, but the quality is no different.
Give her a follow. Place an order. Let’s make this Weave-Queen’s business boom!