Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Well, some of the dolls are at summer camp right now. The rest of us are just chillin' having a lazy summer, hehe. I really should clean my room but I haven't gotten that far.

A new girl, Heather, arrived a few weeks ago. She's nice.

Jess colored a strip of her hair green. I thought she was going to post about it but maybe she forgot. Traveling Ruthie and Traveling Alex visited in May/June, which was fun. Traveling Laurel will be visiting soon. I'm so sleepy, I have no idea what to write. I wish something more exciting was going on at the moment. Hopefully we'll write more often. I'm sure Jess, Rose and Marina will share about camp when they get back. Though I'm considering just making this my blog and keeping the Coconut avvie for the others, instead of 5 main writers...I'm not sure. I might keep it as it is.

Oh yeah, now Missy has decided that #28 and #31 will probably be her last 18" AGs. Grandlinda's Molly J. will probably be hers someday, too. She decided she doesn't really want Julie.

A New Dress

I got a new dress, from my Meet book (original illustrations). It's soooo pretty and I love it! My Uncle Gard got it for me (in Star Valley, I live with my Uncle Gard and Aunt Cornelia).

Here's what the dress looks like in the illustration:

And here I am modeling my dress* :)

*tights from Scarlet Snow outfit; hairbow from my Christmas outfit.

What do you guys think?

Oh, also, I got a letter from my (hopefully) soon-to-be adopted sister. Her name is Hope and she has medium skin, short brown hair and brown eyes. She's my age, too! She seems really nice and I can't wait to meet her! I'm not sure if she dress like me or if she'll dress modern or both. I'll definitely let her borrow my dresses if she wants to wear them, especially until both of us get even more clothes. Hope said that if all the paperwork gets done quickly enough, than she might be able to come here in a couple of months-that's very exciting! Right now she is living in a foster home. Anyway, I'll keep you guys updated.
~Samantha N. Parkington