Another “WOW”!

Since building those two mini rooms, I find myself watching a lot of this kind of stuff on YouTube.  (Okay, I’ll admit it, I watched it before…)  This video came across in my recommendations and I’m so impressed.  I’ve also come to the conclusion that if YouTube had existed when I was a kid and really super into Barbie, I would have flunked out of school because I would have been too busy doing these kinds of projects instead of my homework!  Check it out!

 

A Picnic In The Park

We’ve had some absolutely gorgeous weather in our area lately, probably one of the most normal spring’s temperature wise we’ve had in years.  Mimi and Fiona decided to take advantage of the good weather and have a picnic in the park.  After swinging by the local chicken place to pick up food, they were ready to go.  Well…almost.

“I’m really glad we decided to grab dinner and bring it out to the park.  It’s so pretty and the weather is perfect.  Hopefully the wind won’t try and blow our food away though.”

“I agree Mimi, it’s too nice to sit indoors on a day like today.  Besides, it’s supposed to rain all weekend, so we might as well take advantage of it while we can.”

“Uh oh Fiona, we have a problem…”

“we only have one fork!”


“I thought for sure we grabbed two!  Oh well, we can share.  I don’t think you have cooties, do you???”


Is there anything you always manage to forget when you decide to go on a picnic?  I’m usually pretty good at remembering things, but I have to admit, there have been a few times where I’ve found myself eating yogurt with a fork, which isn’t exactly easy!  I actually did think I’d packed two forks and I’m not sure if I lost it or it just never made it into the bag and is somewhere in the house here.  The girls at least made the best of it and it gave an interesting twist to a simple picnic story! 

 

This is just incredible…

Do you love miniature rooms and such?  Not just 1/3 scale, but even smaller?  I do!  And those little rooms I build are a lot of fun.  BUT…you have to check this blog out.  She works in a variety of scales, but the designs are incredible regardless of the size!  I’ve drooled over these little rooms for a while now and I’m always inspired.  If nothing else, you can get a lot of cool ideas from her rooms.  Be sure to check it out!!!

http://nereapozo.blogspot.com/