Monday, August 2, 2010

The Face of Dispair....

...after the wonderous job that FlowerGirl did being FlowerGirl at her cousin's recent wedding, as well as her enthusiatic participation in the ballet recital awhile back, I thought it was time to give her something special: it is a Dresden lace china figurine of a curtsying lady dressed in the period of late 1700's. It belonged to my late Mother (her Grandmother, who passed away before FlowerGirl was born.) Her own Mom and Dad will have to put it away 'til she's old enough to take care of it. Well, you can see the expression. She was thinking it would be a hamster--and also noted that she did not have a baby brother or sister.

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