I am in love with my resin ball jointed doll (BJD) Antigone. As I’ve said before, she was totally handmade, from design to the finishing touches, by Satoshi, the owner and designer of Aerial BJD. Please visit Aerial BJD on Etsy and favorite the shop. It’s important to support incredibly artists like this, even if it’s just by favoriting a shop. Continue reading
Vintage clothing is coming back in a big way and I can definitely see why! If you find that perfect piece for you, then you have the chance to own and wear something that’s very unique, probably of higher quality than modern made clothing, and is something that has a really neat history behind it, even if you don’t know anything about the piece you buy. It’s still fun to imagine :) If and when I get married, I’m totally going to buy a vintage gown. To me, that just makes more sense with my style, personal beliefs, and budget. Continue reading
I stumbled across Nata Fashion during one of my many late night “window” shopping excursions on my phone. It’s not often that you will find shops that sell handmade clothing, especially not in the US from my experience, and when I found Nata Fashion, I was so impressed with the style and quality of the clothing they were selling. Continue reading
I am a bit sad that today is the last day of summer, but it is a gorgeous day weather-wise and I couldn’t be happier. The temperature and weather is literally perfect and living in Indiana, I don’t get to say that all too often. I wish it was like this year round! Continue reading
Natrume is a well-known Etsy artisan in the world of doll collectors. Natrume sells mohair wigs for almost every doll head size, as well as doll accessories and even some really awesome doll heads. I wasn’t 100% sure where mohair even comes from, so I looked it up! Apparently, it’s from the adorable angora goat. Continue reading
I don’t usually reblog anything, but this is kind of a special request from one of my followers. Jason is a really dedicated blogger and I’ve followed his blog since nearly the beginning. I found this story of him searching for his biological family touching and heartbreaking and can’t imagine how disheartening something like that must be. Check out his article on his search for his biological sister and mother. You never know, you might be one who knows how to connect them.
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I have tried before to locate my sister. I have failed. Part of me wants to never try again. A lot of me hates that part of me. I will try again because there is always a chance she might see this. One can hope.
My name is Jason Chandler Cushman and I was born in Pusan, South Korea in 1981. I have a sister who is a few years older me. I believe she is probably 37 now and her name was Ahn Jung Hee, my birth mother’s name is Kim Ie Soo. Our mother left us on a street when we were young. I was 2 years old and my sister was 5 I believe. We were taken to an orphanage and my mother later returned for only my sister. That was the last time I saw her. I found this…
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Today was not a good day for me and my anxiety. We had an epic battle. There are sick people at work and while I like this people and consider them my friends, I can’t get past the illness. I expected that she was coming back to work today, so I took an Airborne tablet and a multivitamin beforehand. Even if those things don’t do anything, they make me feel better. Continue reading
About the Shop
LITTLE RAMONAS is a fun and trendy vintage and handmade shop on Easy. They sell trendy, vintage items that have a modern appeal. The shop’s motto is actually “Vintage Classics, Modern Cuts,” and I think that really sums up the aesthetic of this shop. I fell in love with their handmade items as well, which you can find under “New by LITTLE RAMONAS” on the shop’s Etsy Page. Their unique, open-back dresses are what drew me to this shop; however, LITTLE RAMONAS has an incredibly attractive vintage collection as well. Continue reading