So, Qui asked Fawn one crisp morning while they each nibbled lazily on a delicious grass and evergreen salad. "Fawn, I am curious. What exactly do you carry in that big bag of yours? And why do you carry it around all of the time? It's like you're a forest hobo or something". Fawn just stared at him for a few seconds before swallowing. She could have been contemplating her answer but was actually thinking the salad was missing a sprinkle of acorns. Instead of answering right away, Fawn grabbed another handful of the salad.
"Some day I'll share that unimportant information. Let's just finish eating and quickly plan our adventures for today."
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art and background done by yours truly >w<
DO NOT STEAL MY ART AND PHOTOS. tsktsk
I love Neo Blythe and have a few dolls in my collection. They make me happy! You can follow my Instagram for more doll shenanigans: ravengrovegirls This is my Neo Blythe Cherie Babette, recently customized by me to look like Kiki because I just love that Studio Ghibli film to bits.
My new customized Neo Blythe Henrietta Home Party that I named Brenna:
That is so true! I'm lucky that I do enjoy my career, but even with that, it can creep up and take over your life if you let it.
Definitely take care of yourself first, otherwise what's the point in earning more money anyway?
I haven't bought any new dolls in ages! I think my last one was Dark Rabbit Hole that my husband bought me for Christmas (which was really weird, he never buys me dolls). There are a million on my wish list of course, though!
So didn't you say you have a Pullip on the way?
Oh I see what you mean then! Yeah, that's a lot to weigh up, isn't it?
I was actually in a sort-of similar position a few months ago. I got a really good job offer at a publishing company I'd love to work for, but it was a full time position, plus a 40-50 minute commute. It'd have been a great job, and definitely a great career move in terms of experience and stuff, but I just didn't feel good about seeing so little of my family, being away from my kids for 50 hours a week. I would definitely have no time left for hobbies and interests, and overall I realised it'd probably make me miserable.
I guess sometimes even when something's a good career move, you've got to weigh up if it's worth it. It's the work-life balance, I guess.
I think I saw a link to your shop (on Insta or FB, I think?) love the dress design you have! It's very pretty.
Training for the Assistant Manager position sounds like a great opportunity too! How come you have mixed feelings about it, if you don't mind me asking?
Know that feeling!
I've been much the same most days, had a lot of work to do lately, plus I was daft enough to volunteer for a couple of local fundraising events which have been gearing up so it's been pretty full-on lately.
What about you?
Oh cool! Which BJD do you have/are you working on?
I saw you got a MocaPinoRu on your Instagram. Soooo jealous! Those dolls have been pulling on my heartstrings for the longest time!
I've been good, thanks. Mostly juggling work-kids-relationship and trying to squeeze time for my hobbies in amongst all that. Easier said than done!
I tried making up a new Blythe dress pattern the other day, but the results were hideous!! xd
That's good to know work is keeping you busy in a good way! I hope you open your store again someday when your job eases up~ I've been wondering besides how you are doing that if there was any more Mori-esque stuff you got in stock that's all. c: Also, I was curious if you had any ideas to do more androgynous mori style outfits?
But besides that, busy too. University keeps on my toes mostly. What'cha been up to besides work?