Toy blog from Manila, Philippines
Author of the moment, can you tell me, do I end up...do I end up happy? 🎶 (Alot of you were curious about my doll "pool floats " They are actually inflatable drink cup holders, I purchased off of amazon.com . 😉 💕 )
A photo posted by Doll Junkie (@thedolljunkie) on Aug 10, 2016 at 4:56pm PDT
That is sooo cute!
Now I'm on the lookout for cute floats like this haha!
Hey Jamie! I just discovered your blog about a week ago and have been binge reading. I *love* finding thrifted dolls/toys and restoring them, making them into something new and I actually love researching what doll they are lol. I have been reading how long you guys have to wait for dolls there and the prices are pretty high. Do you have a PO Box or something where readers can send you stuff? There was an enormous Target clearance here and I grabbed up some stuff for next to nothing. I'd love to send you a surprise as a thanks for making a really great blog that you update regularly 😊
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Just reposting my comment because I already removed my email address:Oh thank you for your comment! I don't have a PO Box, just my home address here in Manila. We can talk further via email, my email is [REMOVED], but I'm afraid the shipping cost could set you back. I feel a bit awkward that you would send me stuff. No reader has done it for me before. I really don't know how to handle the feeling. I'm happy that you enjoy my blog, but it's so awkward! LOL. But yes it takes a while for new toys to get here, and it's twice the price, or more. The distributor of Barbie here doesn't even import the African American dolls, it's really sad. It's a cultural thing I guess that's why the lighter skinned dolls are available here, but it's 2016 already it shouldn't be the case.