From Parris With Love ~

The musical Camelot is one of my favorite ~ and its song The Lusty Month of May:

“It’s May, it’s May, that gorgeous holiday
When every maiden prays that her lad will be a cad
It’s mad, it’s gay, a libelous display
Those dreary vows that everyone takes, everyone breaks
Everyone makes divine mistakes, the lusty month of May

Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves

Free May 10th only

“Happy is the Gypsy girl, with feet dirty from dancing
and a heart reckless from romancing.”

Rapscallion Irish Traveller, Romy Sonnenschein, may bamboozle the gullible with her fortune telling and other tricks of the trade.  Of course, she doesn’t believe in card reading, fortune telling, palmistry and fated events like destined soul mates and such bloody rot.

In addition, she is having monumental trouble with a handsome but slick, silver-tongued Jewish attorney and a no-quarter-given Texas saddle tramp.  Both she has flim-flammed with her supposed matchmaking skills and more.  And both would do whatever it takes to rid themselves of this capricious thorn who has burrowed beneath their skins ~ or, conversely, give their lives to keep her.