Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Reese Speaks

If my dolls were still actively documenting their experiences here like they did for the two year period, from January 1, 2008 through December 31, 2009, Dynamite Girls Reese from 2009 (box date 2008) would write:

January 10, 2012,

I am so glad Debbie read Jorge's post and was inspired to finally remove me from my box today. Off and on for the 15 months I've been here, she's been saying she was going to free me. Oh yeah, I've had a photo shoot and she's shared pictures of me on her blog, but that doesn't even come close to being totally free.   Cardboard and plastic ties are so confining!

After reading Jorge's post and seeing what he has done with his lovely doll (my twin), I am now free, allowed to mingle with several of the other ladies.  With enough mingling and utilizing my social butterfly skills, I might even find a male companion.  I am so looking forward to that!

Thank you Jorge for inspiring Debbie to set me free... finally!


Reese (who's single and loves to mingle)
Reese listens intently as last year's Reese and Barbie share some of the doll room secrets. 

Reese has outted me. After viewing Jorge's wonderful pictures yesterday, I lifted the top of my doll's box and mentally said, "I'm going to remove this doll from the box." I even posted a comment on Jorge's blog about my intention.  After 15 months, Reese is now free, and mingling is an understatement  to describe what she's been doing in the doll room.  She acts as though she's known the females and males for years.  So far, everyone loves her.  A couple have coveted her fashion, but she's not giving it up.  Ultimately, I may use her body for someone else because her unrealistic-looking head sculpt, particularly her barely there nose, is one of the reasons I kept her in the box.  I prefer playscale dolls that look like real people.  Reese doesn't capture the look I desire, but like a few of the others  here, I love her fashion!


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  1. This Reese is amazing! I have one too, I'll be postng her pics soon ^^

  2. Jorge's blog has a way of making you do things you never intended. For me it was buying the AA Dallas Cheerleader doll and putting the Pop Life doll in my stories. I am still kicking myself for not buying this doll when she was on sale for $20. The outfit and body alone would have been worth it. I am happy that she has made so many friends there. Nothing like making the most of her freedom.


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