My mother had booked a day off work today so we took the opportunity to have a Mother daughter day together. Usually our Mother Daughter days consist of shopping and lunch but this time we decided to do something different and go to a museum together instead.
This was my outfit for today – nothing too exciting as I had a casting midday and its always good to go as a blank canvas (yes I removed the lipstick). Anyway, I wore a black tank top vest, black body-con mini skirt, black tights, the pearls & lipstick clutch bag I made for myself, my black River Island biker jacket and underneath that I worse a lace shall.
We went to the Science and Industry museum (I hadn’t been for years!). We didn’t manage to get round everything as I had a casting to head to at 1pm but we managed to get round the textiles and transport sections. We watched a talk and demonstration on how they made cotton material in the olden days, which was surprisingly very interesting. I’ve seen all this stuff before when I was younger but it was nice to go back and brush up on some of my knowledge.
Reliving my youth, taking part in the activities that are meant for children. Yes I kept the picture and it will be going in my scrap book.
(above you can view the beautiful grey skies of Manchester)
I went to my casting then I met back up with my Mother afterwards and we went for a late lunch.
I had a bacon and cheese burger with chips and a glass of red wine for lunch. I had also been eyeing up some delicious looking cakes they had on offer but after eating my main I was rather full so decided to leave it, this time.
We ended our day with a quick pop into a fabric shop. I bought more lining to finish off some bags I’m in the process off making, so I’m excited to get those finished very soon!