Back and just about recovered enough to look at a computer screen without having to have a little sit down, I thought I’d fill you in on Ripple and Flip’s adventures on Worthy Farm. Firstly BIG NEWS our ‘Ru’ hat made it’s stage debut on the total babe that is Jem Cooke, performing with the awesome Camelphat, headlining the John Peel stage on Saturday night. She smashed it and looked bloody ace.
Two new hats made their way on to the scene on the weekend - our new ‘Courtney’ hat - a gold/leopard print beauty, as well as our ‘Lennon’ – our first boy’s hat we’ve created. Myself and Si decided we’d give ourselves the tough job of trialling them out and they went down a storm. And also came back in one piece surprisingly, despite many lost hours in Shangrila.
Our gorgeous friends and absolute catsuit goddesses Burnt Soul were also there for the first time with their disco stall. A new purchase of their EPIC shoulder pads was in order, just in time to get down the front to see Janet Jackson and an attempt to pull out some dubious moves. We also made sure we were at the stall for their photoshoot, check out the pic of me and Si and another lovely couple rocking matching Burntsout outfits… please don’t hate us. If only we had our daughter with us who also owns a matching onesie…. I think our obsession is out of control.
See you next year Glasto you sexy thing. Hopefully with a Ripple and Flip Stall… plans are in the making….!!