Friday, September 19, 2008

Meet Pippa

This is darling Pippa. She is an 18" tall Moonchild Doll. While she loves her pink, Pippa is no girly girl. She is a tree climber and a Pogo Stick champion. She has been known to take her Moondrop out of her bag to make room for a frog or two. Pippa loves animals of all kinds and she would like to be a professional dog walker when she grows up. Pippa is available in my Etsy shop. (eta) Pippa is actually now off to her new home in Georgia.

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Open for Custom Orders

While working out my holiday schedule, I have decided to accept custom orders again. Using the list to the right, you can see the sizes, prices and the details I will need. I have sets on my Flickr page that show the variety of Moonchild Dolls and Full Moon Babies. I am wrapping all holiday shippments by Dec. 7th so you are assured of having your new Moonchild doll in time for your holiday celebration. E-mail me with any questions or requests.

Monday, September 1, 2008

A Photog I am not!

I just spent 4 wonderful days in my hometown of Solana Beach, CA. I went to a long standing (25 years or more) August Birthday Bash with loads of family and friends. I ate great food. I had a facial. I stayed with my mom and she took me shopping here and close to doubled my wardrobe.
I took a total of 4 pictures!
I mean really. What's up with that? Not only that, I took 2 of the same flower and 2 of my mom in the same spot. This would be very big indicator that photojournalism is not one of my talents. So here are the best two of my four pictures.

My mom, Billie. I won't say how old she is but I'm 46 and she was not a teenager when she had me. You do the math. She is quite an inspiration to me and I am one lucky girl to have her. This photo is of her in the gateway to her courtyard. It is the house I grew up in and it keeps looking better and better. Nice!

Inside the courtyard is a climbing, viney plant thingy and these incredible flowers bloom on it. They open in the early morning, close in the evening and and then "adios" they are done. Maybe a half a dozen or so bloom each day.