|I have wanted to play with |
this sized doll for a while.
This one is a Bratz version.
They are called Bratillaz.
I am not usually very interested in Bratz.
|Her shoes come off, unlike|
the Bratz I've seen who have
peg legs that fit into solid shoes.
She was in a thrift store.
Her skin is not one of the colors
of the rainbow.
These, for me, are plusses.
|For my dolls, I prefer a more natural|
look, but this one is fun to play with
and the camera loves her cartoon
|She even had her shoes.|
This is not usual for a thrift store doll.
that she is meant to be a witch. Almost any time I get a thrift
store doll and it turns out to have monetary value, I try to sell her. I'm still missing my Mattel Grandma Happy Family doll, but could not justify keeping her when I saw what she would bring. So, Meygana is up for sale. If she does not sell, I will have fun redressing her and playing with her hair.
Let me run on, for a bit, about my attitude.
When I was growing up we thought of witches as purely fictional. We dressed up as witches. I still enjoy "Bewitched" reruns. When I learned that there were people who actually called themselves witches and made it their religion, it astonished me. Jesus said, "I am the way." I believe Him.
So, I no longer have cute little witches around. I am not afraid of witchcraft. I just feel differently about the whole thing. Having a doll that is meant to be a witch in the house does not frighten me. If she does not sell, I will just change her clothes and make her into who I want her to be. After all, isn't that what dolls are all about? So, if I have offended anyone with this post, that was not my intention, and I apologise. I wish you well.