It looks like she's just a tad tired still after her long trip.
She does look a bit Asian in her pink outfit. The odd thing is that I just finished listening to a book on tape - The Shanghai Girls. Hmmmm - eerie. I thought I'd name her - Cherry - short for Cherry Blossom.
Anyway, she is not alone. Her long lost cousin is here - she too is tired. Must have been all that excitement of finding a long lost relative.
Then there's the old witch but she's really quite benign. She makes sure that no evil befalls her friends.
Aren't they a happy pair?
Here's Ron Slippers with his teeny tiny friend (another gift from V.)
And here's the family - all together. Cherry fits right in - doesn't she?
Very cute bunch of friends :)ReplyDelete
hahahha... oh, don't the two of them look almost smug or something? ... Don't trust 'em Dolores.... they will be nothing but trouble, I can tell...... and, hey...I'd forgotten all about the little bear ... you're getting a collection. I don't dare show you my curio cabinet full of little critters and things..... I even had to buy a new one and moved the old one into my hobby room.... mostly cuz it no longer fits with the new furniture ...but, also I couldn't get rid of it because I have to have some place to put all the guys and gals... boy, I'm weird.... oh, well, I'm still having fun ...ReplyDelete
So Cute !ReplyDelete
Very unique brood; cute.ReplyDelete
Oh Dolores they're all so sweet!!! What lovely gifts!ReplyDelete
It's surprising how these families grow. It's hard to resist new members though, isn't it?ReplyDelete
Such a cute lot. I think Cherry's smile has become bigger on the last picture (-:ReplyDelete
Lucky us, because I have Roxy living with me too! She oversees every stitch I take in my sewing room.ReplyDelete