Yesterday I had a really bad day but I'm thankful for God letting me live for 30 years, even though my family gets on my nerve I am grateful for them! I love each and everyone person I come in contact with in the streets and online!
I have decide to make a few changes regrading the families in Takeo & Addie: A True Love Story!
1. Nolee (Takeo sister) and Natoya (Addie Aunt) have been replaced: When making the cast for the show I always wanted these two ladies to have a part in it but as show business goes, things happen and the program must go on. Don't worry or cry just yet because I will find some way for both Nolee and Natoya to be in this story or in any story in the future
Hello to all my fellow Bloggers, Followers or to anyone who comes in connect with this blog!
I wanted to do a Thanksgiving special but I just had to pass because there is too much work to make the food, the background and so on. I'm focusing all my energy into episode 7 and beyond.
First off I change Takeo's sister Nolee and Addie's aunt Natoya look for the new faces at the end of this week!
* There will be some major spoilers coming...............Follow me on Facebook because that's where I will be posting THE SPOILERS! BrooklynStarsForever on Facebook
I joined a Asian Men and Black Women group on facebook and it has really helped me into how to write my stories, listening or reading other people life stories was great research and I will bring some of those stories to life!
Later this week I posted Takeo's New sister and Addie's New aunt!
Barbie has a new fashionista friend:
Stardoll. Mattel, the world’s biggest toymaker, is announcing plans to
wed the worlds of online and offline doll play by rolling out an
extensive line of “Stardoll by Barbie” fashion dolls.
The dolls are mini-fashionistas right
down to their eyelashes, which aren’t painted on but are rooted and
protrude like those on more expensive dolls.
Mattel, which has been very hesitant to
link its nearly $4 billion Barbie brand with other licensed brands, is
jumping in big-time with eight Stardoll dolls that will sell for a
rather hefty $20.99 each. Stardolls go by names such as Fallen Angel
(Goth); Bonjour Bizou (sassy) and Doll Space (sparkly). Fashion-themed
dolls are on fire, with U.S. sales up 15 percent the past year, reports
The move, timed to roll out over the
lucrative holiday season, further tears down the virtual walls in
Toyland. Until this industry-changing licensing deal, Stardoll had been
an online-only play phenomenon, ranking as one of the world’s biggest
girl-oriented sites, with 200 million girls globally using it to
digitally dress up dolls.
“Think of it as the marriage of the toy
world’s No. 1 fashion doll with the online world’s No. 1 fashion doll,”
says Jim Silver, editor-in-chief at TimetoPlayMag.com, a website that
advises families on toys. Silver says it’s a savvy bid by Mattel to keep
hard-to-please girls up to 10 years old still playing with dolls. The
key: a virtual link-up.
“We’re hitting on a cultural current
that shows no signs of slowing: girls engaging in the digital space,”
says Stephanie Cota, senior VP of worldwide marketing for Barbie and
The new Stardolls may appear to be a
step above Barbie. And not just in price. Besides the long eyelashes,
Stardolls also have a different face paint that makes it look as though
they’re wearing more makeup and are sculpted to be more model-like than
conventional Barbie dolls. Because the dolls are not Barbies, the
Barbie brand name on the packaging is tiny.
While Mattel is not the first toymaker
to try to link the virtual and real worlds, it may be the biggest.
Webkinz has been wildly successful linking stuffed animals with online
games. But the Stardolls linkup may set a new standard.
The guy who started Stardolls in 1996
thought there would be a physical Stardoll. “I dreamed about it and
planned for it,” says CEO Mattias Miksche, who was savvy enough to
register a trademark in the toy category when he trademarked Stardoll.
“Today’s kids are always on computers,” says Silver. “If you want to keep girls interested in dolls, this is the way to do it.”
I have to go in the store and find these dolls, I didn't plan on buying any more dolls for the rest of the year but I can get only two!
I've been kind of busy this past week so there was no time to post however, this does not mean I don't read your blogs late at night when mom is asleep and not getting on my nerve. I stop watching so much TV because there nothing really on and I can catch my favorite shows on demand or set my VCR to record them. Yes I still have my VCR, it's working pretty fine so my baby is not going anywhere! On Saturday morning I did notice my views are over 300,000 hits. I could not believe it but was happy to see it there!
I just want to say THANK YOU for reading my bad grammar, my misspelled words and sometime my confused mind. It's awesome meeting new people and making friends on internet because outside the real world people really don't understand you. I'm glad I found my doll buddies on the web, people who love Asian men just like I do on the web and so on. I will continue to share my love of dolls and more as I make so big decisions in my life in the coming new year.
I never thought I would have 15 Fashion Royalty dolls because I was so against them before branching out from the Barbie World, well here I am 3 in half years later and being a crazy fan. I would like to take you back a little bit so here are some old posts of My Fashion Royalty List 1-4.
As a child I always loved music and use to write songs just for myself. I always wanted to be a song writer but, the type of songs I write I think no one would understand so I just keep everything to myself. I would say my CD Collection is bigger than my doll collection which is probably over 100 by now.
My ear for music has changed over the years so I listen to almost anything, I try to be open minded as much as I can but if I don't like a song or a artist I would speak my mind on it. However I'm not writing this post to bash anyone, I just want to share my love of great music!
I have many songs that make me really emotional but these 5 songs I pick are my top 5 songs that hit the core of my heart. Lets go down the list shall we........
5. Norah Jones- Come Away With Me
4. Mariah Carey- Forever
3. Utada Hikar- This One (Crying Like A Child)
2. Rain- Love Story
1. Simply Red-Holding Back The Years
I know some of you know who these artists are especially if you live overseas (for the Rain and Utada fans)!