Mar 26, 2011
I thought she needed a few more alien characteristics, so I chopped off her feet and replaced them with oyster shells - nice briny-looking alien feet, good for walking on or paddling. She grew matching hands, too.
And what self-respecting alien has no antennae??? So she got those, too - made from copper multi-strand wire and sparkly turquoise fiber.
Lastly, I added a couple ball beads to her head gear. They remind me of planets.
Onoma's journal entry includes drawings of aliens and spaceships done by my brother, Dave, at my request. Alien creatures and spacecraft are subjects he's often doodled thru the years, and I thought it'd be cool to include some of his work in the journal (since I always make him admire our dolls).
Mar 16, 2011
Now she's off to Calgary to visit with Arlee!
call and protect me
They are home
they are unknown,
serenity and surrender to my destiny"
"One cannot write one's destiny on the waves,
one must flow"
Serenity has wing fins so that she may swim with the currents, or against them to reach the sky above the canyons of her underwater home, or to delve deep in the waters and grottos of her submariner scapes.
We all swim or fly with or away from the currents of our lives--these travels make our experiences and shape our wisdom.
Mar 13, 2011
Isn't she something?
Unfortunately, when I was getting these pictures, I had company drop by and I forgot to take pictures of jer journal. When she arrives at her destination in south Texas, she hopes that Yvonne will be so kind as to take pictures of her journal pages.
Update (3/21): Yvonne was so kind to send photos of Anneelaw's journal entries. Here are the pictures: