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The feather boa completed it's wicked work most successfully and by Friday a slightly bewildered Caroline was standing in the hall.

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The feather boa completed it's wicked work most successfully and by Friday a slightly bewildered Caroline was standing in the hall.
She hadn't seen her aunt since she had been little more than a baby so was not aware as to how Auntie had altered over the years. From once being a glamorous exotic dancer to the dreariness of dusting and cleaning for others - and now her re-birth! Oriel was putty in her hands - and she was a formidable height compared to him, so maybe a certain element of fear and unexpected excitement was a part of their strange coupling. Luckily Caroline had not grown so lustily on the meagre diet that had been on offer at the convent.
Posted by Rosemary on January 19, 2018 Slideshow

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6 Comments

Trumble's Mum
9:04 AM on February 10, 2018 
Love the stusious look her specs give her!
Jan
7:26 AM on January 22, 2018 
V. Nice indeed they have character.
lallyp
10:12 AM on January 21, 2018 
Ooh you have been busy rosemary! A lovely result!
Edel
4:15 AM on January 21, 2018 
Caroline is wonderful Rosemary, she looks genuinely Greconish. Her specs are great too.
Rosemary
5:52 AM on January 20, 2018 
I started her ages ago and then found her in the box so gave the girl a life. She is nearly the right size - that of the sturdy 1940/50s girls, but she is still a tad too tall for 1/16th. However she fits better with the 1/12th furniture! She is not as tall as her leggy aunt!!!
Zoe H
4:53 AM on January 20, 2018 
Oh, I say! Look at the new outfit Mrs Wings! Oo la la!

And the lovely Caroline! Have you been busy with the wool and wire, Rosemary? She?s fab!

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