Nothing new to blog about today. I’m sickly with my cold. Sneezing, wheezing and coughing. I’ll be ok though. A cold is not the height of sickness.
As you know, I have quite the memory. And get very starstruck. Indeed.
Tonight marks one year since I was privileged to go to the Rush premiere at the cinema with my friend. I entered a competition and won a double pass.
It was fantastic. There was canapes, champagne, celebrities and Rush on the big screen. I felt very lah-di-dah.
I got very dressed up, feeling very good about myself. I recall sending a text to my Mum on the train saying I’m the sexiest girl out tonight.
I had many a champagne. When Callan appeared, I had to down the champagne(s) very quickly to free up a hand to take a photo (or 50).
Here is my friend and I. I really like this photo – I have it up on my desk at work and also on my fridge. My friend and I had not seen each other for about 10 years until the night of the Rush premiere. It was very exciting. She used to babysit me!
Callan and I. He was so so lovely.
And on his own. I took heaps of photos of him – he was very obliging to pose on his own and with others.
We sat in the front row at the cinema to watch Rush on the big screen. I got a bit dizzy from being so close to the screen. Or it may have been from the champagne.
I know that you should endeavour to put your best face (and legs in this case) forward on the internet, but I have to share this photo with you. I was giggling like a schoolgirl. Especially when Callan and his co-actor Ashley Zuckerman came out to introduce the screening. And during some (shirtless) scenes, I was screaming with delight with the best of them in the cinema.
My skirt was ridiculously short and flippy. My legs are like chipolata sausages! Who cares when the night was that fabulous, darling?!
Oh the memories!
PS: here are the labels, darling.
Skirt by Romance was Born for Sportsgirl – I remember buying this especially for the occasion, and it was a great bargain too!
Coat by Cue
Top by Wish via Alibi Online
Bag by Catherine Manuell
Shoes by Wittner
Necklace by a Tasmanian glass designer, gift from parents
Bangle by Witchery
Belt by Target
Stockings by Voodoo
Smile by Carly