I had a bit of down time, and finally managed to brave the crowds of London to take Nori out for a bit. First off, we visited Harrods, which was just oozing in luxury and money. I made my way through the floors until, exhausted, I managed to find a tea room which sold cakes and tea in beautiful Wedgewood crockery. I then tried my best to give myself diabetes, by consuming a cake on my own.
Just before I left the country (and I’m talking minutes) the postie arrived at my door with a box containing a very special girl. She was a raven-haired Kenner Blythe from 1972/73!
I feel like time has really escaped from me this week! A huge job came in and it’s been all hands on deck, and I’m leaving on Wednesday for London (had to be pushed forward, thought it was going to be Friday!). After that, we’re heading to Iceland. My husband has told me I’m allowed to bring one dolly with me on my trip to photograph, on the proviso he pick her. So he picked Nori, because she’s obviously his favourite by miles.
It was an exciting few days of Dolly Mail for me – it was the most frustrating thing having all these packages arrive but NO TIME to open them. I was home almost 4am every day. Eugh!
It’s almost 1am here, and I’m sitting here waiting for some glue to dry on an Architectural model in my office. What to do? What else but to browse flickr and read articles on Blythe Life.
What a disaster.
One of the first fully stock Blythe releases that I fell in love with (once I knew what I was doing, and looking at) was Le Jardin Maman – and I’m pretty sure it was […]
So….Scurvygrrrl had warned me that Mandarake was the spawn of the devil, and I didn’t even realise until I saw how unspeakably easy it was to order from them… and how much cheaper it is compared the US because of the Australian Exchange rate!
Just more photos of Quinn in • Nénelle et Lalluli • because… I still can’t get over how cute she is. I went to town the other day taking photos of her – she’s so receptive to being shutter-bugged! I also find her hilarious in these bear hats due to her expression. Her polky-dotty eyes really match the overall colouring 🙂