wow jon stewart is actually doing a story on the mayor of toronto. now rob ford is embarrassing us all over north america
to everyone who has asked for prints from me, even all the way back in march, i’m so sorry i haven’t been quicker! i’ve been working and going out constantly for the last month and i’ve had no time to get things printed. so i’m working on that right now! expect some mail from me soon. this also goes for my penpals!
honestly disturbed because i was lying in bed with marissa and her boyfriend ryan and they were talking to me about the party, and i realized a whole section of the night is completely removed from my memory. i have NO memories of it at all, even when people remind me. nothing bad happened of course, but i’m just shocked my memory is completely gone. that’s never happened to me before. i think i need to stop getting high at parties because all i do is eat, walk around like a confused old man, and then forget everything the next day.
gah you are such an angel! i would love to be best friends with someone as sweet as you! (･ε･´)♡
thank you anon! you are so sweet. i’m glad you enjoy my blog
hello, thank you so much, you are so kind. ヾ(◜○◝)ﾉ
i hope you don’t mind me replying to this publicly because i’m on my iphone and the app doesn’t let me respond privately!
it depends on the type of doll! porcelain dolls are relatively easy to restore. i just give them a hair treatment and remove dust and “doll blood” (when the doll leaks and orangey stains are on their skin and clothes) but i get bored quickly with porcelain dolls.
with the bisque doll i just received i cleaned up a bit of her “doll blood” and patched up a spot of her very old body where she had leaked. her eyes also needed to be reset a little, so i moved them so they were in a better position. i’m also ordering her a wig, which i will fit to her scalp and style! i want to piece together a bisque doll from separate head, eye, and body pieces as well some day!
also with blythe, i like to customize them by giving them hair treatments, and carving their lips and noses but i wouldn’t really call that restoration.