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My stomach hurts like crazy! The last time I suffered this much I had accidently drunk expired milk. I hope that isn't the case this time!

I sewed a shirt for Fuuka last night, a short-sleeved turtleneck sweater out of periwinkle-colored stretch velour. I think it came out all right but it doesn't go with the pants she has on. ^__^;.....maybe a skirt would be better? I think I'll make another to sell in a set with something else. The outfit I'm auctioning right now doesn't have any bids, but that's no reason for me not to put up another one. It would be a different outfit, anyway! Sometimes I wonder if there's any real hope for my clothes on eBay, but I figure that someone has to try to sell some basic pieces of SD clothing. I admit that I don't have the experience to make elaborate costumes, but all my seams are sewn straight and I can honestly say that I've bought doll outfits that are much worse quality than what I sew. I don't use cheap fabric, and I would never sell anything I didn't think I did a good job on. If I need to expand my repertoire, I certainly will!

Haa.....^o^....it was that pizza I ate tonight, the broccoli doesn't agree with me. ;_;

I'm gonna get my hair cut next week! I don't think there's much that can be done with it besides just hacking off a few inches, but that'll at least make it less trouble to blow dry. I always wash my hair at night, and I just heard that going to bed with damp hair is bad for people with dust and mold allergies. I know that most people do heat-style their hair every day, but mine's already looking fried. Why? What is it that after 24 years I still don't know how to take care of my hair? My mother keeps talking about how great I'm going to look with my hair shorter, because she just had her hair cut and I HAVE TO BE HER CLONE. NO MATTER WHAT! Guuuh.....what is it about mothers wanting their daughters to be exactly like them?

I need to seriously start thinking about painting some 1/6 scale dolls. But I can be so lazy....there are a million other things I could be doing with my time. I just don't feel like it.

Once, Kristen was doing some clean-up work on one of her dolls with professional-strength nail polish remover. She tried to pour some into a plastic cup to make it easier to work with and it melted right through it! I think we still have a little bit of the cup burned into our carpet o_O....

I swear, a bottle of nail polish remover doesn't become yours until you accidently drop a Q-tip into it. Or am I the only person clumsy enough to do that to every bottle I've opened?