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She's here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Okay so my doll Mirror arrived on Friday. I have been having some fun with her, but honestly not enough fun, for some reason when i came home today i passed out and went to sleep. Anyhow, here are a few pictures of my baby and I.

Mirror and Me

So in looking at things for this wondrous Doll Mirror that is going to be the physical representation of my Vision Board to assist me in manifesting into reality things I dream about. I found a violin for her to have as I work on becoming a better violinist. Doll Mansion however I don't think it is the right size. I'll ask the man that takes care of my violin, if he knows of anything the right size. We went to the movies last night, and i took her with me. Her wrap that she came in is doubling as a carrier and bed mattress. I am using a half bandanna as a sheet for now. So I guess project #1 is to make her a set of bedding. Followed by a padded carrier carrying case... I'm open to suggestions. Though posted on the 29th, I edited and added the pick on the 15th of December at 4 am.

New Beginnings

So I have been sitting idly by watching this new doll craze sweep the planet and from fear of cost and fear of the limited availability of Cocoa colored dolls, I have stayed away from something that inspires me to do things I have only but dared to dream of thus far. Then while attending a sewing class at Jackman's Fabrics/Artistic Fabric's my teacher, (the wonderful) Tricia showed me her vinyl BJD from Goodreau Dolls LLC, and I thought she was absolutely beautiful. Then she showed us the beautiful Kimono that she had made for her to wear and I was even more in love with her. Only one problem, I don't play with Caucasian dolls. Many may ask why, I'll explain it in short and another day explain it in long. Short, growing up my parents didn't allow us to play with dolls that didn't look like us, unless it was something special like, when I was learning classical ballet of South India, it was okay to have an India doll as long as "she didn't look white.&q…