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I wonder, if I put up a link of her scheduled page, where would it take you…? To some bizarro world, where nothing is real?
Better not, then.
Notice the trim on her dress. Who happens to have vintage trim with the letter “B” on it? Me, that’s who! I just had that little snippet, but could think of no better way to use it than on someone whose initials are “BB”.
I’ve also added a little pom-pom to the tip of her hat. When she saw the photo of herself next to Dot, she noticed that Dot’s bow made her a *little bit taller*. Now, Betty’s King of the Mountain!
In the meantime, I’m a hypertufa-ing, window-washing FOOL. Today’s my last day! Because who knows what tomorrow will bring?
I know there’s going to be SOME kind of operation in there…
Or perhaps they didn’t always mix as well as they should!
Well, it’ll be better than what it was!
This corner pillar at the top of my steps was really bad. I didn’t get a “before” photo, darn the luck, but if you look closely, you can see some of the crumbles yet to be swept a few steps down. It looks SO much better than before. You can also see lighter gray areas where I’ve already painted some smaller cracks with my special “Portland Cement Water.”
Of course, the steps themselves need to be repaired too…
The final priming and painting will have to wait until after my operation. Hope it’s an outpatient soiree this time around!
However! If I should die before I wake, my love to you all!
And have a happy weekend!
I give and give and give…
Betty is a very stocky little toddler. Her mold is that of a Horsman JoJo composition doll. I personally have always loved this model, but for some reason they have never been very popular of late. It is therefore my mission to make her as appealing as possible and I am working very hard towards that end.
As you can see by her image, she looks rather scared! I assure you, such is not the case. She was simply manufactured without eyelashes, giving her a wide-eyed look. She is actually a very brave, determined little girl, despite her short stature.
When I asked her what she would like for her outfit, she wasn’t very specific. All except for one thing: she wanted to look taller.
I shall see what I can do.