Thursday, June 28, 2007

The Little Folk

Have you ever stooped eagerly to pick up a miniscule bit of paper in the hopes that it would turn out to be the little boy paper doll your daughters have been missing? (Alas, it was just a piece of wrapper from a pack of gum.)


(I like her pretty dress.)

The Little Folk

Each paper doll measures around one inch in height, and all the clothes are custom fitted. This means if you go to Kroger with one of your dolls in your unzipped purse, and, unbeknownst to you, the tiny poppet falls out, not only will you never find your sweetest doll, but you cannot even pass her profuse wardrobe on to another. These are Very Valuable Dollies.


I was not allowed to take pictures of the town tonight because it was in disarray. Perhaps later. But as an eyewitness to this phenomenon, I can tell you that these Lilliputians not only have a Walmart-- they have Ikea, a hospital, a church, an airport (complete with airplanes), barns with animals, and a castle.

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