Snack: melted cheese and tomato sauce (vodka sauce, to be exact) on a La Tortilla Factory wrap (12 g of fiber, baby!). I wanted to eat four more of these.
Mickey, in true form, would not let me take a picture of him. He always runs away when he sees me pull out the camera. He didn't notice, however, when I took his picture from the side mirror. How cute!
When I was a child, there were only a few American Girl Dolls. Each girl was from a different period, and she came with her own clothing and accessories. She also came with a book explaining her background and the period she came from. Felicity Merriman, for instance, came from the 1700's. She lived during the Revolutionary War period. We learned all about the clothes that she wore and what she did in her day-to-day life. I suppose you can say that these historical dolls were educational! At least to an extent.
My mom got my baby cousin Molly a Molly Doll earlier in the year, so we get catalogs from them every once in a while. I was interested to see how much they changed over the years, so I flipped through the one that we got yesterday.
I just can't believe how many new accessories are there. You can get your doll a pet!
I also had a Kirsten doll (also discontinued), but my mom gave her away!!! So mad!!!
Annnnd now I'm heading to the city to be social. It's about time!
I hope all of you are enjoying your weekends!