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Hello all,

I trust you had a good weekend. I wish I had another day.

It seems to me that I have a terrible and wonderful addiction. Not to dolls, that's too obvious. But to rearranging furniture. I have total control over two rooms in my house. The doll room and the baby's room. For this reason, these rooms have been rearranged at least 7 times each.

There's just always a better way to organize! So much of my Sunday was spent rearranging these rooms. This is my excuse for not having more pictures for you.

But anyway. So I'm not sure if I've discussed this, but I'm growing wearing of Fashion Royalty. I am really never satisfied when I get one. The first ones I got were Kyori, Veronique and Natalia from that Exotic Fusion Collection. At first, when all you know is Barbie, they look really exotic and amazing. Then you realize they have crooked eyes, loosey goosey joints and this terrible hunch. I never thought I would do it, but I'm stealing their bodies. (Later when I learn to repaint, I'll get them some new bods).

So a couple of years ago, the hubs got me an Eve Kitten Surrealist. I love her body. These legs that go on forever and these sort of delicate hands. But she wasn't bendable. I put off rebodying her. Something happens to my girls when I give them new bodies. Their personalities change.

But as she figures more prominently in my stories, I had to do something. She can't stand ALL the time.

Okay so here she was. She was a half Japanese stripper from North Florida. That explains the outfit. She always reminded me of Jean Kasem. Are you guys familiar with her? If not, feast your eyes.
And here was Veronique in her cock eyed beauty:

I was amazed at how easy it was to remove an Integrity head! After the heating it popped right off. So now here is our Miho as a flight attendant posing with my new luggage:
Have I mentioned how much I love my new camera?

Really, why is Valia so expensive? Just put Eve Kitten on a different body and they're practically the same thing.

Anyway that's all for now.



  1. Hmmm, these still look blurry to me. I can't wait to get my new lights and tripod!


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