Well, I took some pictures for a post today, and I was going to put them up tonight, but then I got caught up in watching the Two Towers. So it'll have to be tomorrow. Also, Happy Birthday Nicole! (I heard from americangirl1972.blogspot.com that AG had posted that it was Marie-Grace's b-day!)
I got a comment from American Girl 1972 (she has a swell blog) saying that she thought a review of Saige would be nice...... so here it is.
~Her Hair: It is soooo beautiful. It is really luminous in the sunlight, and those fiery curls are to die for. I think her hair is a dream to handle, and that's coming from someone who doesn't have a hair pick! Although I would recommend having one. ☺
~ Her Face: Saige has a classic face mold, and it has a nice tan to it. She has the freckles that were used on every doll except Mia, and I think they add to this doll a lot. Her lips are a nice shade of pink and her eyes....... Well, you can tell from this picture how shiny and penetratingly blue they are.
~ Her Meet Outfit: I really love this type of knit..... I don't know what you would call it, but it has small hints of lighter thread throughout it. This dress is really simple, and yet beautiful. It really captures an arsty-cowgirl's spirit. And those boots? They work with practically anything. I know a few fashionistas who probably have 10 pairs of those boots. And the ring. "My precioussssss." In the words of Gollum. But anyways, I love this ring...... except when it falls off and I frantically run around looking for it yelling, "Lost! It's lost, precious!" ☺ I usually only put it on for photo shoots.
~Her Book: I like Saige's story line, but the illustrations in these books? First of all, there are only three, and they are all pretty weird. These only took me an hour a piece to get through, because they weren't my favorites.
I would suggest Saige to anyone in a heart beat. Get this photogenic doll before she's gone or you'll be frantically looking at $200 Ebay listings next year saying, "She's gone, precious! Gone!"
Anyways, you can probably tell that my brain is saturated with LOTR. But I hope you enjoyed the review.