For the last two years we've had a lot of fun at an imaginary picnic. I propose another imaginary picnic, with all the members of Doll Observers and and one doll to represent each. Last year our imaginary destination was the Pool of Neptune in William Randolph Hearst's "Castle". This year, in honor of our theme of the month, I invite you all to the city of Gras in France, famous for its production of flowers for distillation in perfumes. All you have to do is introduce yourself and your doll of choice, and either post a picture of your doll or a description. You are all invited to bring an imaginary dish so that there is plenty of imaginary food to go round!
yay! i LOVE the dollobservers picnic!
I'll kick things off, shall I? I'm Mary Beth, I am from Memphis, Tennessee. I love the smell of wild honeysuckle in the summer, and I bring real pit barbecue, homemade potato salad, corn grilled in the husk, and iced tea.
This is Brookeshe loves the smell of freshly turned earth. She is studying botany and landscape architecture. She has brought the best of minimalist French fare: ripe apple slices from a nearby orchard, a sharp local cheese, and crispy, flaky croissants.
Hee Hee, glad to hear it, andy!
Hi my dear sister Marybeth, you can add Yaz'mine to the guest list sweetie. She is working on her outfit now!!!!!! See you soon!!!
Yay!! The DollObservers picnic!! I'm off to the airport and will be with you soon!
Welcome Andy and Morgan! That's a fabulous outfit, btw, and that chocolate cake sounds so good we may have to eat dessert first!
Patiently awaiting your arrival, Dom and Yaz'mine!
Hello everybody. I am so glad I can make it and find you all here
My name is Dom, and I am living right now in Extremadura, one spanish province very close to the portuguese border. we are 2 hours north of Sevilla
Of course Lilly had to bring you our famous "pata Negra" (black leg) it is a delicious Iberic Ham. she got a bit lost in Grasse's old streets, and I hope that somebody around thought about a ...knife, because she totally forgot about it hee hee
beside olive oil, around here what make Extremadura famous is it's iberic ham (jamon Iberico or pata negra as it came from black skin pigs that we can see running freely in the fields around our town)
Wow, Dom and Lilly, just...Wow! Oh, and Brooke brought a knife, for the apples, and a cheese cutter if you need one....