She's from the 70's, but she's in such beautiful clean condition.
She has a brother, or a friend, a male counterpart at least. He has red hair.I almost always have found the girl though.
Denim is always popular. Who hasn't worn blue jeans? During the Cold War blue jeans were one of the hottest commodities on the black market in the Soviet Union. But were they allowed to wear illegal jeans there? Be a shame to spend a year's pay for a pair of blue jeans you could only sit around the house in.
|Come back here and get your picture taken!|
|What a cute little...rivet?...nose.|
She has cute little tennis shoes.
The van problem is getting worse, so this girl is definitely going.Today Ken took the van in and found out that the repair is going to cost over $600!! There's a leak in the radiator and the water pump. That's why yesterday, even when I filled the coolant holdy thing, it was still overheating. I could hardly run Ken and Fuzz back and forth to work/home without blowing up the van.
I will also be listing some of the dolls I have made on Etsy as soon as Emma can come over and remind me how to do it. (It's been a while since I listed anything on Etsy, in spite of wanting to for ages.) My dad's veteran's plaque has come in, and I need to get together the rest of the money to have the cement poured and the plaque put on his grave. I feel like the money should be from me somehow, not Ken, and that's the only way I have to make money. After that I have to start working up the money for the headstone. I don't feel like Ken should provide the money for those things. I think it should be me. Having been an at home mom all these years, and now having such a bad back and shoulder, etc., I don't think I could even get a job any more. That leaves my hand made stuff as my way to earn money. I'll be listing some of the dolls I've made that have been featured on Doll-A-Day, and some that you haven't seen yet.
Tomorrow is Skipper Saturday. See you then.