Friday, 15 April 2016

Moving day




I felt sure someone would want to own this house one day.
I only had to wait twenty five years to get a buyer.

13 comments:

  1. Wonderful! Heirloom wooden toys shine in a world of jangly plastic colours. . .

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  2. I'm still waiting for the next generation and longing to get the few remaining toys out again. One day. Enjoy your lovely granddaughter!

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  3. Lucille, how delightful to have this new owner discover the joys a well built house.

    Your photographs are marvelous at catching the wonder of it. They are Wonderful! xo

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  4. I chucked out our Early Learning Centre dolls' house. It didn't occur to me to keep it for grandchildren, luckily my parents still have my 45 year old dolls' house.

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  5. A Scandi doll's house . Very 'now' !
    When I was her age , I was playing with a handed-down pre-war bungalow ... very 'then' !

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  6. How lovely, a sweet new owner.

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  7. Wonderful, it looks as though it will be much loved. CJ xx

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  8. Wonderful. My daughter plays with my old doll house some bits of it are looking a little jaded.

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  9. Looks like that is going to be a favourite.

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  10. My father started making me a dolls house he got as far as wallpapering it with brick effect paper but never finished it so I had to be content with playing with Muffin the Mule instead. Yours is far more stylish and the new owner looks very happy with it.

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  11. Now that's thinking ahead! Lovely pics.

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  12. I've kept 'ours' too. I say ours because I know I had as much fun as my daughter playing and making.

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