|Glam 'N Groove Christie|
(Leave my dolls alone!) That's what I want to say when he discovers I finally realized Glam 'n Groom Christie was moved to the doll room minus her pet poodle. I just made this discovery. When I saw her alone in the doll room, I rushed to the living room to retrieve her dog, which had been overlooked by the "mover."
Christie was purchased after entering the market in 2001 (box date is 2000, so she probably wasn't available until the following year). I thought a dog with authentic-looking hair was a novel feature. (I didn't know how gnarled and tangled the hair actually was.)
Christie and her pet had been in the living room on the display shelf underneath an end table along with a couple of other tiny dolls. There are very few dolls in there as most are confined to the doll room and a bedroom.
This afternoon I noticed Christie in the doll room and I know who brought her in here. He's moved a couple of larger dolls from the living room into the doll room in the past. I think his goal is to get them all relocated into the doll room.
I photographed Christie and her dog for this post and left her set up in the "studio" where he will see her when he returns. He'll then know that I know what he did. I'll give him a look or two when he reveals his guilt by saying something like, "So you finally noticed, huh?" That look that I'll give, which will cut like a knife, will prevent my having to say, "Leave my dolls alone!"
But then again, he may think she's just another doll that I have photographed or am planning to photograph. We shall see. In the meantime, I'll practice the "leave my dolls alone!" look.
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