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An Official Farewell

Hi Guys,

I don't know if you're still reading this but I'm officially taking this blog offline. It was so fun to be part of the 1/6th scale doll community and on Facebook at least, I still am. But I feel like the BJD community is mostly on other platforms.

I'll always be at vitaplastica.com and you can reach me at the gmail of the same name.  Hey, I may even start a blog over on the site, so who knows?

Here's a picture of nearly all my doll family (missing Doll Chateau Alma, who doesn't have a face up yet, and an Impldoll Martin head.)


EDIT: Blogger will STILL not let me comment. haha.  Anyway, due to the very positive response, I will not take this blog down. I remember how heartbroken I was that Smidgehouse didn't leave hers up. So I'll keep this here forever, okay?

I might even post a link to any blog posts on my website. See you...always!


It's be great collecting and growing with you!

smooches,
dani

Comments

  1. I totally get focusing on what your interests are, no matter how they may change. I do hope you'll reconsider taking this blog offline. Even if you never post to it again, it will be a valuable resource to others to be able to look through your amazing past projects. Either way, have lots of fun with your beautiful BJDs!

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  2. Ditto to what Muff said. It would be nice to keep it up for viewing. Take care and see you around.

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  3. I too vote that you keep it up for viewing. I like going back and looking at some of your older posts both from the stand point of learning from what you have done and just at the sheer joy of looking at all your interesting characters.

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  4. Please, please, please keep your blog online for archival purposes. You've done so many unique 1/6th things it's an invaluable resource to me and I would be devastated if I couldn't reference it any longer.

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  5. Please reconsider. Though I haven't commented on your posts often, you are greatly appreciated. I don't own any BJD so I live vicariously through those of you who do. Please reconsider.

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  6. Glad to hear you're not taking the blog down - it's always sad to see a place vanish like that! :)

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  7. Thanks for leaving the blog up as reference for future 1/6 enthusiasts, and good luck with your future projects!

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  8. Thank you for not disappearing. Even if you are not updating, it's just a nice present on the net.

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  9. Late, but glad to read that you're keeping your blog online. Thanks!

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