1.18.2011

Scenes from Today's Table

Oh no!
What has she done?
Oh, the humanity!

Just kidding! All the tiny dollies are fine. They were just playing a strange little game. They do get up to mischief when I make so many of them. Luckily, they're all tucked in now and on their way to New York to hang out with Jen O'Connor over at Earth Angels.
Little Peggy Angel (who is the tenth one of her kind) is off to snowy Michigan, and the big angel (who has repented her wicked dolly-killing ways and earned her wings) is on her way to the UK to live in a 500 year old house. Imagine that, 500 years old! That's twice as old as my whole country! Wouldn't it be amazing to witness all the trials and triumphs that that house has seen?
And now the next batch of silliness is well underway. . .
I really do have too much fun.

20 comments:

  1. That is so funny, a sense of humor is a wonderful thing;)

    Debbie

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  2. Hahaha. You are truly amazing!

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  3. Hahaha. So glad you share your fun with us. Great job, Jo.
    500 year old house...ooohh, are there any ghosts inhabiting the old place? Could be just the spot for a repentant angel. Heeeheehee

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  4. Super! With humour! )))

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  5. Hilarious with a huge dose of cuteness!

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  6. This is the place I come for a good smile!

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  7. :-))))))))))))))))))))))
    oh wat fun.

    Since now, I only read your postings. But now I have to ask you if it´s possible to order such a litte bug?

    Kind regards from Germany/Europe.

    Steffi

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  8. the lady with the bugspray looks very lovely and ladylike...your humor is great too...hihihi

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  9. Very nice and funny..

    Hugs,
    Leny

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  10. I can only dream of living in a home that is 500 years old. It must be just magical. Love the works in progress. Susan

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  11. I love the first photo...hehehe. :D

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  12. Hee-hee! I love this post! The dolls look amazing!

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  13. HA, that was too funny! I do believe I'd be a bit fearful of that 500 year old house and all it's seen! Great work!!

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  14. I truly, truly love your work, it is so fun, and so beautiful.

    Can't wait to see what you're making next!

    Where do you get your inspiration from?

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  15. lol I just love to see what you create. These are wonderful!

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  16. Ha ha, she looks a bit evil, I am sure she did it!

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  17. LOL! That is hysterical and twisted! I knew I liked you for a reason!! :)

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