Sunday, November 1, 2015


Slowly but still with uncertainty, things are going back to normal. I have some time to play with my toys again and not just play but also customize.

Since I bought her, I have been wanting to remove her teeth and shrink her head. I like how my Nikki turned out when I did those. I figured, I can do the same to Adria.

I expect Adria's head to shrink further to the size of Nikki's head. Maybe after a week. I like how she turned out so far.

Now, if only I can get back to sewing...

Saturday, October 17, 2015

Frustrating Fashionista

The stiff Fashionista dolls are on sale (30% off) locally. It was the first time I saw some variants on the shelf and I was surprised about the discount. It usually takes a year before they offer it on a discounted rate.

Most local collectors are probably either not interested because of the stiffness, or already bought from online sellers. (I will not go through the hassle of online buying for dolls like these, to be honest.) The local distributor must be frustrated with the nicer online sellers who offer the dolls earlier.

I got these two for their novelty. The rest seems meh. I would have gotten the dark goddess but she's more frustrating to acquire.

The redhead can use Raquelle's body but the blond is a challenge. None of my articulated body is a match. Mattel really knows how to frustrate.

Also, if you noticed, there is no dark-skinned doll in the line up. The Asha doll with purple plaid skirt is also available but she's not really dark-skinned. Hurray for diversity, right?

Monday, October 12, 2015

Doc Ock

This is the first toy I've bought after all the changes I have to deal with. The dust hasn't settled yet and that means uncertainty. I just want things to seem like normal, hence a blog entry.

Doc Ock as Superior Spider-Man said, "...being a super hero is like being mad: one does the same thing time after time and expects differing results." The thing is, even if you try to do the same things over and over like a routine, life can still lead to unexpected outcome. And no matter how hard you try to restore a former routine, some things can't go back to the way it was.