On a hot rain filled summer day we went in search of supper! We ended up at this deli, we love it here. The food is really good and the service is great.
I think every child should have a "Raggedy Ann or Andy" doll. They are soft, traditional, easy to pack, classic, easy to wash and dry, they don't break, and they are just plain fun! When I was a little girl and even when our kids were growing up, Raggedy Ann dolls were still common.
With her bright red hair, big happy smile, and striped legs and soft cloth body, Annie is just so loveable!
Evidently, they have "gone out of style" and are now next to impossible to find. When I asked for them at a toy store a few years ago, the clerk looked at me with a clueless expression and like "a WHAT kind of doll?....we have Bratz dolls!?" LOL
|I've had several Annies for many many years and recently found a nice one in still good condition for granddaughter, plus I found some Raggedy Ann books. so I wrapped them all up and gave them to her, then I read her the books.|
Here's some pictures from the pages. I just love big bright colorful children's books.
|I had the Reuben and it was delicious!|
Neat things to look at on the walls:
|That's a big one!|
|She loves to fix and pose the dolls, Tansy/Barbies, ponies, Annies, whatever we are playing with that day---- she gets them "just so" and then she has me make the pictures. Which suits me just fine! ha ha LOL|
|the Annie in the white dress is my old Annie. The one in the traditional blue dress and apron is her new doll|
I taught her how to tell if it's a "real and genuine" Annie doll by looking for the heart under the dress!
Do you remember the Raggedy Ann dolls and did you have one?