Hey, we’ve got an urban Princess at Queen’s end. She’s a Roller Girl, she’s hot and her name is Goldie Lock’n'Load. We call her Goldie, and her pride is her roller boutique, “My Roll Life”.
Today was my third time going inside. I like that this a unique endeavor, not a chain store happening. Goldie is still moving in stock and working on displaying the merchandise. It’s a diamond in the rough, and OMG, she’s got a Disco Ball! It’s moving, but I don’t care. I take a shot anyway.
Not only does she have a Disco Ball, she’s got RollerGirl Dolls. They were quite high, so I had to shoot at an up angle.
Okay, my magpie eye calmed down, and I had a practical look around. Living a footbridge away from the beach where there’s a happening bicycle and roller blade trail, I assumed this shop, My Roll Life, had something to do with that.
Well, yes, but not. My Roll Life held the Roller Derby element of surprise, roller skating.
Goldie will set you up with wheels on your own personally selected roller boots. You can also rent.
She can hook you up with the perfect helmet.
And supply you with whatever else you need. Cyclists will dig it here.
My eye wanders to find something in random land.
Of course when I got home I had to look up everything Roller Derby. I found this cool glossary.
Goldie’s got this cute spring weight Leopard car coat in her window. Wish I needed a coat. I can’t afford it. Should I buy it anyway?