She wants to be wild, beautiful and free just like the sea.
Out of the bag and riding along with me.
It has been quite sometime since I have taken a Blythe out with me. This weekend as a walked through my studio, I saw my little Evangeline lying on the table. I grabbed her, changed her and stashed her in my purse before I walked out of the door. With my family, we ran our errands and had a great lunch and then we headed to the tide pools. We walked down and were just taking in the beauty of the sea and then I realized, I left Evangeline in my vehicle.
I made the trek back to my truck and grabbed Evangeline, tucked her in my bag and made my way back. As I reached the edge of the bluff I took her out and snapped one photo with my iPhone. Since there were others walking and loitering about I quickly put her back in my bag. I never used to care at all about other people being around when I snapped photos of my girls, but I guess it has been so long that I have gotten rusty and my I don't care attitude got rusty as well. I will make it a point to try and take more girls out with me from time to time and rekindle that aspect of collecting that it seems I have lost.