A New Farm Girl on the Farm

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Another Sasha doll has come to join our family here at Sasha Shangri-La. She is a 1970’s blonde girl with replaced stringing. I love her pretty face, eyes and beautiful hair. πŸ™‚

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I braided small sections of her hair on both sides of her head. πŸ™‚

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What a sweet girl. πŸ™‚

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She has lovely long hair with nice streaking of blonde colors. πŸ™‚

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The farm girl outfit was made by Ruthsdolls.

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Such a pretty lass and her name is Ginny. πŸ™‚

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Ginny greeting Dolly Llama, a very friendly llama. πŸ™‚

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Dolly Llama is very fond of Ginny. πŸ™‚

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I think these two will have a lot of good times together on the farm. πŸ™‚

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Ginny hugging her sweet Dolly Llama. She loves him! ❀

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A black and white of Ginny and Dolly Llama to highlight that in the last 24 hours, we have had more than a foot of the white stuff falling from the sunless sky (black). With the previous rains and snows still in effect here, we now have concerns of flooding in the state’s low lying areas.

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A view from the porch earlier today.

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A true Winter Wonderland! πŸ™‚

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One last outdoor photo. I hope the snowing will stop soon. They predict that it will and then the temperatures will drop to below freezing levels. I am indoors with no electricity since last night but we have a wonderful, permanantly installed natural gas generator that runs everything automaically when the power fails. That was certainly a good investment for us considering where we live! Β Thank you for stopping by! Β Have a beautiful week and weekend to come! πŸ™‚ xxx

18 thoughts on “A New Farm Girl on the Farm

  1. Ginny is truly beautiful and looks a treat wearing a farm girl outfit πŸ™‚

    Wow, it’s looks wonderful, but looks are not always great! Stay safe and thank goodness you have that generator!x

    • Hi Louise! Thank you for the lovely comments for Ginny and her farm outfit. I am safely tucked indoors and enjoying the view out my window. It is still snowing and the roads that were plowed earlier today are now covered over again. I am staying put and will wait for better weather before I travel anywhere. πŸ™‚ xxx

  2. What a sweet pretty girl Ginny is! And she looks wonderful in her farm outfit with her friendly llama.
    Snow looks so beautiful but can bring much hardship when you have to deal with it, glad to hear that you had a generator to take over when the electric went out!
    I hope the snow mealts soon and that you have a lovely snug weekend in the warm. :)xxx

    • Thank you Dee, so glad to ou like Ginny too! I have always loved the farm outfit on our Sashas. The llama was made by Boyd’s Bears and is named Dolly Llama which I really like. πŸ™‚

      I think tomorrow’s challenge will be ice but the weekend prediction looks much better! πŸ™‚ xxx

  3. Brrr Ginger, I hope you are staying nice and cosy and managing to get to work OK! Your new Farm Girl is just a darling, I love her outfit and the way you have styled her hair. Dolly Llama has given me my first chuckle of the day, just a perfect name for this little fella! xx

  4. Hi Ginger i love the farm girl outfit on your lovely little lady. I am going to attempt to make a farm girl outfit for my new course doll. I love snow, but i think you got our share this year xx

    • Hi Theresa! I would love to see your farm girl outfit for your your course girl. I have the photo from Shelly that shows each piece of this outfit and if you’d like to see it, just let me know. Even the socks are wonderful!! I think I have had enough snow for this year but we will see what Mother Nature thinks! Thank you for writing! πŸ™‚ xxx

  5. I always adore these early 70s girls with their beautiful eye paintings and two toned soft silky hair.
    I love her eye colour and the way that you have styled her hair to take the fullness away from her face and therefore keeping it neat and tidy whilst out doing her chores on the farm.
    I particularly like too the more Wintery looking fabric that Ruth has used for her skirt rather than the Summer cotton that my outfit had in the very early ones.

    The snow scenery around your home looks majestic/magical especially when viewed from the warmth and comfort of inside. I’m presuming that you don’t have to travel to work on these days? Are you completely cut off from any transport getting to you and if so, it was a good thing that Ginny had arrived at yours before.the last dose of deep snow so that you can dress, play and enjoy her whilst waiting for the snow to eventually clear.

    Thanks for the week’s good wishes and we all here wish you the same but ‘with bells on it!’

    • Thank you Kendal for the lovely comments. πŸ™‚ I wanted to try a different hair style for Ginny and it was nice to pull it back to really show her eyes and the added benefit of keeping it practical while she helps her Mom is nice! πŸ˜‰

      The outfit is fabulous and I love each piece and especially the well worn boots with different colored strings. This would be a thrifty measure to do on the farm but also in the cities today where the recycling of materials is now considered appealing and a good thing to do. I was raised to reuse things as much as possible since my grandmother had lived through the Depression and those values were very necessary to live each day. I am so very thankful for those experiences. ❀

      The snow did finally stop late last night and the temperature dropped to about 8 degrees. Today it is very sunny and beautiful still. I am at home again and did not go to work because the roads are dangerous and the officials asked on the news for people to stay home unless it was an emergency. We do not have electricity yet but our generator is running strong. So I am able to work part of the day with reading and play part of the time. Ginny was heaven sent for times like this. What a sweet girl. πŸ™‚ xxx

  6. Ginny is a pretty girl Ginger you must be thrilled to add her to your Sasha kids. I am keeping score and she is within your ‘yearly Sasha allowance! πŸ™‚
    Keep warm and keep safe! Beautiful snow scenes by the way…

    • Hi Ronnie and thank you for the kind words for Ginny and also for helping me keep score–I need help and I wonder if I will make it or not! I am staying nice and warm and went outdoors to try and save tree limbs from the extreme weight on the snow. They were all ” bowing” this morning and hopefully Luke (my son) and I helped to lighten the loads! I took more photos while working and will post them soon. The glare of the snow was unbelievable! πŸ™‚ xxx

  7. Ginny is so very pretty Ginger and her hair does look lovely styled that way. Her outfit is just perfect for the farm, and I expect Dolly will supply her with some llama wool at some point so she can make herself another knitted shawl if necessary πŸ˜‰
    Seeing all that snow, I never realised you live in Narnia! I love to see the snow, it looks so beautiful and peaceful but I don’t like the cold. I’m so glad to hear that you have a generator to keep you connected and everything cosy and warm.
    Have a lovely evening and a great weekend, hopefully playing and avoiding having to go out in the snow!
    Big hugs Sharon xxx

    • Yes Sharon, we are in a snowy place even today! The electricity is still off and we are doing very well! I did not think about Dolly’s wool, how sweet is that to make a warm shawl and Dolly would love that too! She adores Ginny! πŸ™‚

      We will stay indoors mostly but I do like to go out a little bit each day. Have a great day and thank you for the lovely comments! πŸ™‚ xxx

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