You guys! I am really excited. I am beginning to see a great deal of blue shag carpet. Ever since I moved back home and carted my crazy ass with my collection upstairs into the loft/attic space I have been slowly losing my mind. I have had this narrow trail to my bed. It's sad. I shouldn't even be writing about this. Who in their right mind wants to read about a grown woman being unable to walk to her bed because she is a hoarder and has become a master at walking a toy tight rope? Sadly every now and then my hips or ass will knock something off a shelf. Nothing has broken yet. There is one She-Ra figure that is probably wishing to be broken so her life could move on to a better place, but she has proven to be quite the trooper. She's She-Ra after all.
None of that matters though. Well it does but it doesn't. I have been working towards getting rid of some things, reorganizing some things, and opening a dimensional gateway where I've been storing some things away for safe keeping. As this process as been unfolding I have been finding some fun items. It's always funny when I get into a cleaning mode, because what should be a simple process takes forever. I get sidetracked looking at things or finding things I haven't seen in awhile. The process is a mess. However there are moments that make me gasp and say, "I can finally do that one thing I said I'd do months and months ago."
Ok, follow along with me. Awhile back I wrote a post and a fellow by the name of Nick Moose who has been a supportive presence for this blog for some time now brought up the topic of the short lived Disney property called Fluppy Dogs. I can't recall the exact conversation though it did involve discussion over my owning a Fluppy Dog from childhood and Nick screaming in delight. He thought there had never been any actual Fluppy Dog items made. Requests for me to find it and take pictures of the stuffed dog soon followed and I said I'd eventually get around to doing it.
That day has now finally arrived. Behold, my childhood Fluppy dog!
They were so cute and really brought about a yarn renaissance. I vaguely remember getting this stuffed animal. It was either for a birthday or something like that. Either way I have proof that Fluppy Dogs were indeed real. I actually have held on to a great number of my plush toys. I might need to share more of them in the future. It can't always be about action figures and dolls. Anyways, here ya go Nick. And, if you like fun comic material you all should go check out Nick's new website dedicated to his very own comics. He has created a really cool cast of characters and the new site is just awesome. I love everything about it, so go check out Moose Comics now!
That's about it for me. I have been meaning to get out to the movies and see that Wonder Woman teaser film that came out a few weeks ago. I'm also still painting the Gwen Stacy and Polaris custom figures. They will be finished soon. Also, I am working on a new All My Toys. I have this conversation with Michelangelo that is just so much fun. I originally had the conversation with myself in my car months ago and I have been dying to write it out with pictures. I am so excited for the upcoming stuff. The pictures I want to take are going to be awesome. I hope you are all doing very very well. Talk to ya later!