One of my favorite parts of the doll collecting hobby is interacting with other collectors. Although I've never met many of the individuals who comment on my blog, post photos to flickr accounts that I follow, or write comments to the doll community message boards I frequent, it means so much to me to be able to share their joys of collecting.
I am still fairly new to flickr and am not fully competent with "Tag Games". Recently I was tagged for a game called "Most Wanted Outfits and Accessories". I joined in. Here was my list.
On a doll board, someone asked the question - "Is there a doll that you were not fond of when it was released, then decided it was a WOW doll?" Actually, I recently discovered a doll that I had never been able to appreciate. Maybe the doll suffered from a poor wardrobe choice. I don't know why, but I had never even considered adding this doll to my collection ….
Until recently when I saw some gorgeous photos of her on Flickr. She is a version of my very favorite Integrity mold. She has a hair color I don't have in my collection. Now that she's here, I don't understand how I could have missed recognizing her beauty.