Saturday, April 1, 2006

The Dollie Storage Room E-Book E-Series

“The Dollie Storage Room” E-Series
A Doll Story E-Book E-Series
Written By Linda Walsh
Copyright © 2006—All Rights Reserved

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The following stories were written Linda Walsh, owner of Linda Walsh Originals. You may link to this page but do not copy, reprint or duplicate in any manner without the specific written permission of Linda Walsh. If permission is granted, stories must be copied EXACTLY with all copyrights and bylines intact.

“Life In The Walsh Household”

If you think living with a bunch of women is difficult try living with over 1,000 dolls. Suffice it to say, it can be downright hazardous at times. Especially given that they all live in “The Dollie Storage Room” which is above our garage.

Plus, add to the mix that we have all kinds of dolls: little boys, little girls, men, women, snow-ladies, snowmen, Victorians, primitives, colonial dolls, country dolls, scarecrows, witches, bunnies, babies, angels, Santa’s, Mrs. Claus, bears, dogs, cats, bee’s, ewe’s, woodland dolls, moose, reindeer, pumpkins, ornies, ornaments, horses, clowns, raggedy Anne’s, raggedy Andy’s, Dracula’s, leprechaun’s gingerbread men, gingerbread women, turkey’s, carolers, Jack Frost, brides, graduation dolls, Uncle Sam’s, flower dolls, Frankenstein’s, ghosts, and pilgrims. We even have a a chef and a bunch of “Olde Gray-Haired Biddies.” Life in the Walsh Household and “The Dollie Storage Room” can get very interesting, indeed!

Why, you might ask? Because every one of the dolls has an ego bigger than a house and every one of the dolls thinks they are “human” and that they should be afforded the same rights as any other member of the Walsh household. At least that’s what they told me in their “The Dollie Demand’s” letter. I have yet to respond. Stay tuned……………

Copyright © 2006—All Rights Reserved—Written By Linda Walsh of Linda Walsh Originals and Linda's Blog. Linda is a doll maker and doll pattern designer.

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