|My Scene Jammin' in Jamaica Sutton, Mattel 2003|
Certainly I know the correct spelling is s-u-d-d-e-n, but I thought the title spelling was catchy.
If you are a doll collector and associate with others who share your passion for dolls, you have been enabled to buy a doll or two. I know this has happened to me more times than I can accurately state or wish to recall.
Have you ever enabled yourself to buy a doll?
My purchase of Jammin' in Jamaica Sutton was one such self-enabled yet aided purchase. You see, I read D7ana's My Scene Jai post, which sparked my initial interest. D7ana encouraged me to write about My Scene Madison (MSM) and Westley.
After the MSM/Westley post, sudden Sutton Internet research ensued (what a mouthful). Man Behind the Doll offers extensive information about My Scene Sutton, which includes images, year of release, and a full description. While browsing that site, I initially considered purchasing the Justin Guarini look-a-like My Scene doll, Bryant, but after seeing the rooted hair versions of Sutton, his darker complexion drew me in. Maybe I'll add Bryant later if I find one reasonably priced (here I go, self-enabling again). But, (justifying the enabling) Westley needs a mate, too, since Madison has her claim on Sutton.
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