I so wanted that doll! I can remember very clearly. Do you have one now?
A Linda Williams Doll! That is so cute! And you look so cute!
What was that like... holding your own likeness?
That IS a bargain!
Such a cute picture..do you have one of the dolls? You should take a picture of you holding it in the same pose!
I have one of these dolls that still has the tag, no box, though. I have had her for years. I have quite the doll collection.
Angela:This is such a fun post. I am so enjoying looking through your trunk of keep-sakes.There was an older girl that lived across the street from me, her name was Sue and she had your doll!! I wonder if she still has it?KimGerushia's New World
I just want to thank you for you blog Angela. Also, thank you for the music that you have on your blog. It is particularly soothing to me this early morning. James... you made me laugh.
i think i saw something by you called " may parent's hands" a while back...i saved the picture as i thought it was such a great idea, however, you had a poem with it that i cannot read in my small copy...any chance you would share? thanks
I've got 2 of the dolls!! I love them. I had one when I was little that I ordered from the cereal box, but I don't know what happened to it. So I always wanted another one. You were so cute when you were little and you are a beautiful lady!
I remember that doll. So cute. Great likeness. I remember the Post Toasties too. lol.
I do hope you still have your own!!!! Love the horse and the little teddy on your other post!!!
How powerful. No. 1 have I ever told you how cute you looked when little? I used to watch you on tv and you gave me hope. No. 2 How incredibly powerful to see you holding yourself! So meaningful. Thanks for sharing.
I was just watching "The Sound of Music". I saw you and remembered you were "There" during my childhood. Those were magic years.You were part of the magic for me as a child. Something lured me to your biography and then your webpage tonight. Then the memories returned. I did not realize you are an artist. Such beautiful, expressive work. I have no such talent. I attempt to "Paint with words" I have written poetry since the age of 12. Even my childhood has long gone there is a child within me. I've never let "Him" go. You have been blessed. We have been blessed to have had you in our homes and hearts these many years. Thank you for being a part of our childhood and remaining a positive influence for all. God bless.
Angela....I'm not sure if you actually get these, but if you painted those works of art you are a woman of many gifts. They're amazing! I grew up watching you, and a close member of my family (Dennis Day) was very good friends with Danny Thomas. I met him at the church during his service. He came walking out of the church and was crying, and I looked at him and said "No, he doesn't want that". Dennis was my grandfathers cousin. They grew up together. His real name was Eugene McNulty. I kind of feel like I reached him through you. Thanks Maggie
I do have a couple of these dolls...will post more about that in the new year...
What a precious picture.I'm going to check ebay for one of your dolls.
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