Archive for December, 2009
Everyone needs some wall decoration, whether it be at work, your home, your apartment or your school dorm. Plain walls are just boring, and who doesn’t want to look at an interesting piece of art, favorite musicians or a motivating picture every time they enter a room? That’s why you should look into getting posters for decorating your personal area, wherever that may be.
Episode 7. Hey guys! I’m starting a new series on the Legend of Zelda 3D games for the Nintendo 3DS. This is the seventh video in the series showing you gameplay and telling you the controls and tweaks for The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D. Subscribe for more updates!
The world of Humpty Dumpty or Jack and Jill is too close to our hearts when we were kids and when we grew up. The same attraction yielded from bedtime stories of kings and queens, idyllic palaces and decorated bastion. Superman, Batman, Spider man and He-man still make us go mad and we crave for that ecstatic perfect life as depicted in movies and magazines. The children are more than elated and electrified when it comes to all this. The same level of involvement and excitement can be seen on their face at the sight of their beloved toys and playthings.
It might be hard to believe, but not too long ago, the most popular toys didn’t take batteries, didn’t giggle when tickled, or light up, or make laser noises. The most popular toys were handmade ones, like the rag doll.
Rag dolls were originally made from scraps of fabric left over from when clothing and bedding were made. They weren’t color coordinated, and rather than having long, luxurious, brush-able hair, they had a little mop of yarn, stitched X’s for eyes, and a yarn smile. And they were soft, cuddly and oh-so- huggable. The best thing about having one was that if she got torn or flat, mom (or whomever) could just cut open a seam, add more rags for stuffing and re-stitch…she was good as new. Now, they can be purchased, but still have the benefit of being easily repairable and wonderfully unique.