Sunday Selections #505

 Long, long ago, in days of yore...Kim of Frog ponds Rock, (who no longer blogs), dreamed up a meme called Sunday Selections. 

A place where those who were willing could put up photos they wanted to share, new, old, good, bad or indifferent, any photos you please. 

Nothing rude or vulgar though.

The meme is now continued by Elephant's Child and I occasionally join in as do a few others. Drop in to Elephant's Child and have a look.

Everybody ready? Got your cups of tea or coffee?

Alrighty then...

Meg was very excited to get a pair of roller skates and didn't take them off for about a week

While skating around on the table she met a few dwarfs

they chatted for quite a while

then it was time to leave. "bye now"

Meg read blogs with me for a while

then left to say Hi to the boys, Harvey Banana and Cousin Hugo and had a try at sending a message on the jungle drums

The next day Meg met with the Fairy Queen to see her new house and help her decide where it should go

Over into Yoda's patch of course. Where else? 

Meg says we should shop for Fairy Queen furniture.

this new little lady lives on the bottom shelf of a bookcase

while these three new baby meerkats live on the top shelf, they're ready for their first term at Hogwarts.


this dwarf has been mining for nuggets for the pots of gold that go at the ends of rainbows.


Comments

  1. I love all of your whimsical figurines. With your imagination, I betcha you were a really fun playmate when you were a child. Oh, heck, what am I saying? I bet you're STILL a fun playmate.

    Take care, dear lady.

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    1. Susan; thank you. I spent my entire childhood with my nose buried in a book, when I wasn't riding my bike all over town or running around on the beach. Perhaps all the whimsy I absorbed back then is coming out now.

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  2. Love the whimsy and the charm. Meg couldn't have found a better home.

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    1. Elephant's Child; thank you, I do believe she is very happy here.

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  3. What a life Meg has. She got lucky when you picked her out.

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    1. Arkansas Patti; I think I got lucky when I found her.

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  4. What fun.....both for you and Meg. Maybe you could create little self published books for children called ‘Meg’s Adventures’. Each one a different storyline similar to the ones you tell here.

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    1. Cathy; thank you and that's not a bad idea. Probably I'm too lazy to actually make that happen.

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  5. Regressing to childhood, haha. The are good photos. Are you happy with your new camera?

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    1. Andrew; thank you, yes I'm happy with it. I still haven't looked at all the options, relying on auto instead.

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    1. Joanne; I think she wanted to wear the skates forever.

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  7. Tell Meg to be careful! I broke my arm in 2nd grade, using those kind of skates on my grandpa's sidewalk. Maybe the dwarfs can keep an eye on her, and ensure her safety.

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    1. Val; I don't think Meg has anything to worry about, everyone here keeps an eye on her.

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  8. Lovely collection River, you do have a fairytale mind..bless you :)

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  9. I love all the photos of Meg's adventures. Roller skates were
    a great idea!

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    1. Sarah; welcome to drifting. I bought the roller skates as part of an outfit from a seller on ebay and quickly found the best way to fit them is to put the shoes into the skates first, then fit them to her feet.

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  10. Oh, I so missed "hearing" 'Alrighty then'! Thank you for a big Sunday "morning" smile!
    Roller skates... so many memories!!!
    Oh, such a fun visit Meg did! Henry approves big! As Elmo, Mielebaer, Blanket, Mike... they all shout a cheers over!

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    1. Iris Flavia; not many people say "alrighty then" these days. I never had roller skates, I probably would have scraped all the skin off both knees and given up right away. Meg says hello to Elmo and his friends.

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    2. In Perth they do say that, at least one of my friends does. Ups, she´s actually from South Africa... but does that matter? Hehe, yes, my knees did not thank me for roller-skating, but they hated the skateboard even more.

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  11. I think your Meg posts are my favorite. How fun!!

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    1. Magical Mystical Mimi; I'm quite enjoying them myself, thank you.

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  12. I love following the adventures of Meg, she's a wonderful character.

    XO
    WWW

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    1. WWW; she is fun to play with, right now she is sitting in her special chair waiting for me to put the TV on.

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  13. What fun you must have staging these adventures for us to see, thank you!

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    1. messymimi; Sometimes I have to think a bit on what she can do next.

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  14. I love this so much! There was a time I had many friends like these and think of them often. Wish I had them to create such a lovely story;

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    1. Granny Annie; nice to see you here. Perhaps you could borrow a few friends and create a story.

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  15. Glad to see all little figurine so happy.
    Stay Safe and Coffee is on

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