While the Little Darlings were exploring the birchbark canoe at the river, these little girls, Oiya, Lilac Moon, and Gabby, climbed in my tote when I headed out for a visit to Aunt Jacalyn's.
I knew they were there. So I brought Asia, one of our "new" Sashas, to keep an eye on them.
When we arrived, the little girls decided to stay in the car.
I took Asia in with me. I really wanted her to see Jackie's travel treasures. Jackie is a great world traveler. And I have been hearing stories that the Sashas didn't stay in the attic all those years. I understand there were...adventures.
So, to see if I could get a recounting of these adventures from Asia I took her in to Aunt Jacalyn's...
Asia began to remark on the crafts she saw, but she was distracted when she looked out the window and spotted the three little girls, now car-free.
(Wait. I didn't know dolls could get out of a car!)
We watched them as they climbed, walked, and climbed some more...
What did they see? What were they after?
It's not easy to see the three of them here, but I snapped these photos anyway.
I wanted to capture their lilliputian scale against the small hillside behind Aunt Jacalyn's...
Oh my, girls. It's a brick...an empty brick. Imagine!
That's what you saw? And risked your little doll limbs to pursue?
May I remind you we have no doll hospital nearby? Just a first aid station and a couple of vintage nurses.
Now, here is Asia to gather you back to the safety of the car.
The girls look happy to see Asia. She seems comfy.
They cushion up when they get back to the car.
Before we go home, we are stopping at the pet store...
Cat leashes, I am thinking. A cat cage would be too...bizarre. Right?
They are just dolls!