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Oh Flibbertygibberts!

I want to use such profanity right now! At the precise moment on Christmas Eve I was unpacking the doll closet, where my the poor Grandvillians have languished these long months, our landlord rolled up, unannounced to tell us he's selling the place and basically we have to leave. Let me tell you, it was a somber Christmas, putting on the brave face for the kids and such.

Fudge!!! So no unpacking of dolls, no reboot of projects. No doll blogging! This sucks. But let's look on the bright side. Perhaps we will find a better house, put down some roots and get in debt to the bank for the rest of our lives. If we're lucky!

So my dears, it will be two months of purging a lot of junk and packing up. Sigh.

I hope I'll pop in with a pic now and again. And I'm still doing a doll give away when I reach 100 followers. I'm at 96! I'll be sure to put together a giveaway doll and keep her in a safe place.

Sorry for the big tease! I'll see you around the ides of March!

smooches,
dani

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  1. OH my goodness Dani!!!! I can't even begin to imagine that! I commend you for sticking to flibberty gibbets...I'd have been hard pressed not to use all those special characters to make up bad words!

    Good luck in your search for a new HOME! May you find exactly what you are looking for and exactly what you need! Sending good thoughts your way!

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    1. Thanks! This could be a blessing in disguise.

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  2. I'll pray for you and your family that everything gonna be alright
    *HUGS*

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    1. Thanks Sergio! Moving used to be fun when I only had a one bedroom apartment!

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  3. Gah! I'm really sorry. My friend was in the same position a couple months ago, and I had to help her pack everything in about 2 weeks! But I'm sure Grandville will look even better at your new place, and I can't wait for the giveaway!

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  4. Ugh, how frustrating! You definitely have the right attitude though. This could be the start of something awesome. :) Sending good vibes and energy your way, I know you'll be super busy for a while.

    I hope you guys still get to enjoy New Year's.

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    1. Thanks Tracy! Trying to stay positive!

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  5. Ouch! Gonna give you a little nudge toward owning that home of your own so you can turn this lemon into lemonade! Much luck and sending positive vibes your way. Bon courage !

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    1. Thanks Ro! I still unearthed one doll home. At least I can take some pics in the meantime!

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  6. Yikes! I think I would have had a breakdown! Nice guy to drop it on you on Xmas eve, too! :P Well, I do seem to remember talking to you about how much you missed moving & packing and unpacking, and having new surroundings... maybe the universe was listening, lol. Hope you guys find a great place. Hang in there!

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