Wordless Wednesday: The Eyes Stay Young

Wordless Wednesday

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  1. I agree. Young and expressive. Merry Christmas Sandy.

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  2. Anonymous2:27 PM

    Whatever happened to her she still has those lovely eyes. Happy WW.

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  3. Wishing you a wonderful Christmas from New Zealand.

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  4. What a beautiful face! Yes, no matter what, dolls never age as we do...Beautiful shot!

    Merry Christmas, Sandy!

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  5. Anonymous7:03 PM

    What a wonderful combination of pictures and words!
    Bravo.
    Thanks for stopping by mine,
    Frances

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  6. So true and they're very expressive.
    Hope you're having a great time with your family.

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  7. But, the nose... not so young. LOL!

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  8. Lovely Doll, HAppy WW

    Aline

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  9. They certainly do. What a great shot. Have a great WW. :)

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  10. Wow...great pic. Is that an old doll?? Happy WW, Merry Christmas, and thanks for stopping by:)

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  11. Anonymous11:24 PM

    Yes, I agree. The facial expression is young too (=

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  12. That's really cool, very nice pic.

    Happy WW and Merry Christmas

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  13. Yes indeed! Happy WW and happy holidays!

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  14. i agree with Ate Liza, the eyes are so expressive. More than meeting the eyes indeed!

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  15. Some furious child must have thrown her around, lol ! But the eyes are still nice.

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  16. Anonymous6:26 AM

    so true.. pretty doll.

    hope you're enjoying the holidays. i appreciate your comment on my WW..

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  17. Anonymous6:56 AM

    Thanks for poppin' in to my blog! Happy WW and Happy New Year!

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  18. Anonymous7:15 AM

    Interesting shot! Nice one:)

    Here's mine for this week!
    Wordless
    Enjoy the rest of the Holidays!

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  19. Nice eyes! Happy WW!

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  20. ...and Lucille Ball always used to tell people that the legs were the last to go! :)

    It is an amazing photo... and the words are very invocative.

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  21. Her nose needs a little cosmetic surgery :p

    Happy WW!

    My Wordless

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  22. Anonymous8:20 AM

    Powerful image! Happy WW Sandy!

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  23. Anonymous8:36 AM

    I couldn't agree more. Happy WW.

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  24. Anonymous8:41 AM

    Oh my, how profound - Happy day after Christmas!

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  25. Habari Gana? Umoja! You have a great WW photo. Very unique doll with remarkable eyes...

    My WW-photo is up & running as well.

    peace, Villager

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  26. It's nice to see that her beauty exists in her eyes.

    Mine is here:
    http://mysoulfulthoughts.com/2007/12/26/wordless-wednesday-5/

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  27. Cool shot, Sandy. Happy WW!

    I wanted to tell you the Amaryllis is pretty fool proof. I am sure yours will be fine. It's nice to see you passing on the gardening to the next generation, you could be setting her up for something that can be very rewarding throughout her life. Please post a picture when it is blooming.

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  28. I'm guessing it's a doll from when you were a little girl? Nice pic.

    Happy WW.

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  29. I like this picture. I love close up. The eyes are still beautiful. Happy WW! Thanks for visiting A Mother's minute. That is me with my sister in the picture. She is a lovely woman. She is 6 years older then me. She was blessed with the silver grey hair that is in our family when she was in her 20's.

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  30. Hopefully those are marks of a doll's life, well-lived. Hope your Christmas was wonderful - Happy WW!

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  31. Anonymous10:44 AM

    Thank you for dropping ChatnChill and also for the photo of this doll. :)

    Serena

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  32. so true.

    happy holidays!

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  33. Anonymous11:17 AM

    amen and shalom from montana

    forever young :)
    gp in montana (a former NYer):)

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  34. Still a beautiful doll!!! Love the title!!

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  35. ohhh thats neat doll Sandy..I think you still can fix it..;) I hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your family..;)

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  36. What a nice picture! If that doll could talk I bet it could probably tell a thousand stories!
    The eyes are very expressive.
    Happy WW!

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  37. Anonymous12:08 PM

    What a great observation/statement. I have my mother's old, old doll. Same story. The porcelain face is all cracked, but the eyes do stay young. Thanks for sharing that.

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  38. You're right - and it's not just doll's eyes either. ;)

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  39. If only I had the same genes ;)

    Happy WW!

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  40. Anonymous4:09 PM

    Those old dolls are great!
    Happy WW! and Happy New Year too!
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    Did you ever wonder if Santa returns presents? I have the proof he does! :-)
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  41. Anonymous4:12 PM

    Wrong link above, that's my regular blog! Sorry.
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  42. Anonymous4:13 PM

    Wow. very unique. and cool :)

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  43. Sandy, what a great photo! It ays so much...Come visit my WW post at http://workofthepoet.blogspot.com and http://maryt.wordpress.com

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  44. Very nice eyes. :-) Happy WW! Thanks for visiting my blog.

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  45. A bit Dorian Gray-like.

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  46. What happened to her nose?

    Happy WW!

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  47. Signs of ageing. Hope her beautiful eye will remain as they as.

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  48. Nice photo Sandy. I'm sure that doll is of great sentimental value. I still have my first doll and teddy. They are both a bit battered now but hold so many happy memories.

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