Posts Tagged ‘Hitty Agapanthus’

“Annie, Annie! You Filled Our Life With A Song!”

In the sewing room today, Raggedy Ann was feeling a little blue about her rôle in Enterprise State Community College’s production of “Annie”, that splendid musical about a plucky orphan during the Great Depression.  It will require some adjustments in her physique and costume, as well as some gymnastics that might tax even the most accomplished actor. Despite her trepidation, Raggedy Ann is full of heart.

Make Do and Mend

No lines, but a great opportunity to shine!

Knitnoid will be making his debut as the “Dead Mouse”, and is prone to get over-excited about his moment on the big stage. Both Raggedy and Agapanthus try to calm the young actor, hoping that all that restless energy can be subdued before the crucial scene. It wouldn’t do to have the dead mouse wiggle!


Nitnoid: of no consequence, minimal or not significant


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A ramble through Landmark Park took Hitty Agapanthus down the nature trail and along the boardwalk. The woods are still wintry – blessedly free of things that buzz in one’s ear. Some residents, however, have been, well, busy.

Frankly My Dear Collage

The elusive beavers created a tidy dam.

Even from the taller viewing platform, Agapanthus has yet to see the beavers, though evidence of their handiwork can be seen along the water. Perhaps a Hitty might have second thoughts about meeting a creature predisposed to gnawing on wood?


Landmark Park, Dothan, Alabama

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SNOW…had been anticipated, longed for, as well. It is a rarity in the Wiregrass and, however lovely, comes with its own issues. It arrived in the early hours of the morning, falling beautifully against the golden lights in cozy homes.

Now, way down here, no one really knows how to negotiate snow and ice properly, neither persons nor plants. As the sun melted thin snow from the patio rooftop, it was a surprise to find icicles forming on the Gardenia, lodged in the shadows below.

Gardenias In Ice 2018

Hitty Agapanthus offers consolation to the shivering Gardenia, hoping for a swift recovery and a vibrant Spring.

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Old Wreath Christmas

The children’s wreath from years ago, seams split, ribbons faded.

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Getting Into the Christmas Spirits 2

What have we here?


Getting into the Christmas Spirits

Oh, dear! Someone has gotten into the holiday spirit(s), pirating the rum meant for the glaze!


Glazed look

Hedydd’s not the only one with a glazed look…gingerbread cake for a special day.


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Norfolk Driftwood 2

Taking in an ocean breeze from a driftwood perch. Norfolk, VA, Thanksgiving 2017

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Yorick, between engagements, is always eager to be of assistance, even in the Costume Shop…er, sewing room. Helping hands he cannot provide, but today his discerning eye and impeccable good taste compelled him to give a nod of approval to Agapanthus’s selection of silk flowers for seasonal floral crowns intended for two Little Girls.

Flower Crown

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My Craft Closet Creations

"Have you never felt a doll's wish?" ~ Rumer Godden


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Hitty Bee

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Notes from Björkåsa

A journal about a garden, crafts and dollmaking

TC’s World

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Dandelion Affairs

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Hitty Sassy

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Hitty Hannah's Journal

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Celeste the Dolly. A Victorian Doll's Scrapbook

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Adventures with Penny

Penny the traveling clothespin doll shares her adventures at home and abroad.

Hitty at Rose Cottage

"Have you never felt a doll's wish?" ~ Rumer Godden