(Another quiz I’m pretty sure was a repeat from the 90s, but heck if I know where the original appeared)
She’s here!!! I had been away for a few days due to a family emergency, but I was so excited to discover a box waiting for me when I got home late last night. That only meant one thing: Marie-Grace had arrived safe and sound! I waited until this morning to open her up (with the help of my cat, of course). I haven’t opened up all of her accessories yet, and I’ll have to hit eBay to get her other dresses (no thanks to her retirement), but I’m just thrilled to have her in my collection! I daresay she’s the prettiest doll American Girl has ever created.
Welcome home, Marie-Grace!
On Liberty’s Kids it’s Christmas and the Hessians are carousing and one of them takes a swig of al-kee-hall and falls over, then sits back up and laughs. Basically every German family gathering ever.
Can we talk about the original American Girl series because damn.
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This can be purchased?
“I meet you in every dream.”
What can I say?
I’m a sucker for romantic letters, quotes, &c.
(Especially when they are written by one fantastic Mr. Hamilton.)
I don’t care that the fact it was pretty cheap probably means that it will end up turning my neck green.
It’s WORTH IT.
In this story, Kaya and her blind sister are taken captive. What follows is a book review, with spoilers, so stop reading if you haven’t read the book already.
Chapter 1: Taken Captive!
Plot: Kaya is still bothered by her nickname: Magpie. Then raiders come into Kaya’s village. Kaya is told to…
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