Monday, March 1, 2010
she finally came.
about three weeks ago.
my Cassiopeia Spice.
i was stoked!
but then the "stoke-ness" level dropped. . . as i opened her shipping box. . . i noticed that she had gouges in her face!?! in her gorgeous face!
has anyone else gotten a *brand* new Blythe with nicks in her face?
i wouldn't think it would be a common thing. . . but, then again, i am a Schooler. . . and Schooler's come complete with the "Schooler family curse" from birth.
it is a KNOWN fact that being born into the Schooler family (or married into it!) brings the dreaded "curse" with it.
anything and EVERYTHING that can go bad, does!
it started for Pace and i the night we got married. . . our honeymoon alone was full of enough drama and trouble to last us a year. . . but. . . it just keeps coming.
so. . . no HUGE surprise that i would get the ONE and ONLY "gouged" Cassiopeia Spice Blythe known to exist.
that is why my new girl. . . Poppy. . . has had a late reveal.
i have been a little "down and out" about her. . .
but now, i look past the bad and i LOVE her!
i try not to focus on her "flaws".
she is cute and spunky and full of a warm spirit. . . that is why i named her "Poppy".
not only is it my *favorite* flower (California Poppies! yay!) but i heart S. California and all it's glorious sunshine and Disneyland goodness!
she is dedicated to all that sunshine and fun.
she is still pretty cute, eh?
Posted by Retro Plants at 6:11 PM