As you can see, my rider doll is rather hideous-looking, but she's from Breyer. I would rather have one of the custom jobbies like these
So yesterday, I got home from work and there was a small envelope waiting for me. Just a regular, first class mailing envelope. On the return address it said "PIF" and an address in Michigan. Even though I know someone from Blab in Michigan, I knew the address wasn't hers. I sat there for a few moments and tried to feel through the envelope what it was. My PIF wish list had contained only small items such as Stablemates, picture magnets (the sort that has scenery from a specific location, not a magnet you can put pictures in) and tack, preferably rope halters for Traditional scale models. I can make (sorta) regular halters but I don't know how to make rope ones, let alone know what time of material to use. Anyway, finally I opened the envelope and discovered two rope halters. One in a nice minty green color and the other in a dark green. Very cool! The note that came with it said she'd made them to fit ISH, Lady Phase, San Domingo and Idocus molds. I told my mom she must have done research because those are all molds I conga.
Well, I guess that's it for now. I'd better get to work. I don't know, yet, what kind of work I can do today, but I'm not going to get that figured out playing on the computer. If I have any readers in the mid-west and east coast, I hope you stay warm and if you have to go out on the streets, drive carefully.