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September 12, 2010

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Anne-Marie

Hi Jeanne,

I love the doll and especially Shirley Temple. Growing up I wanted so much to look like her. She was extraordinary. Every mom wanted their daughter to look like her. Thanks for sharing these memories Jeanne. Happy Blue Monday!

Anne-Marie

Sally

Shirley Temple certainly did "sparkle." I still love watching her old films.

Congratulations on that nice win.

Happy Blue Monday, Jeanne! Check out my book giveaway.

Pie

Great post. I love the doll!

Have a great day.

My Blue Monday.

Sarah

My kids love Shirley Temple and asked the other day if she was still living. I'll be glad to show them this post in the morning! That dresser set is lovely too...congratulations!

HaPpY bLuE mOnDaY!

Sarah

Beverly

I loved watching Shirley Temple movies when I was a child, and I still do.

Happy Blue Monday, dear friend.

dana

What a wonderful doll.....love that outfit. Yes, I was a Shirley Temple fan. . . "on the gooooood ship Lollipop......"

Hope all is well with you and yours!! Love you dresser set you won. . .it is beautiful.

Gotta get ready to meet up with The Breakfast Group. We haven't all been together for several weeks. Summer keeps us busy!

L, Dana

racheld

Happy Monday, Sweetpea!! My favorites in the Shirley movies were The Little Colonel and Bright Eyes---and for some strange reason, I loved Jane Withers, as well.

I also remember the dolls---it was funny that even the Mamas wanted the little girls to just leave them on the stands to look at, even in those days. I wonder how many are still in good condition, just because of that.

Have a bright day!

Penny @ The Comforts of Home & Lavender Hill Studio

I remember watching Shirley Temple movies on TV when I was little.
Hugs,
Penny

con-tain-it

Ah...thanks so much Jeanne for linking back to my blog and please know that I wasn't upset and there is no need to forgive you sweet sister ;) I don't think there will ever be another Shirley Temple as far as child actors. She was so sweet and it always came out in her movies and her fame didn't go to her head like it does the stars now-a-days...thank heaven! I still like to watch her movies on the weekends when it's cold and wet outside and alls you want to do is curl up on the couch and chill out or in my case hybernate. Have a great week, fondly, Roberta

Donnie

Happy Blue Monday. I found your blog through Penny and hope to meet you October 16th. Looking forward to visiting your place again soon.

Debbie

Your sisters doll is quite a beautiful find. Pray you have a blessed week and get to come by for a visit. Debbie

Caralie Knable

Thanks, sis, for the plug for Shirley. I sure wish the younger generation could view her movies with the same enthusiasm as I had when I was little. I still have most of her movies, even some of her "diaper" serials, when she was only 4 years old. My favorite one depicts Shirley, wearing a big diaper and hanging out in a saloon with her friends, buying "milk" with lollypops. When a little boy in a French foreign legion hat comes in and buys her a glass of milk, she said; "Merci, mon Cap-i-tan." It always makes me laugh.

Dawna

I loved Shirley Temple as a child! My mother always put my hair in ringlets like hers, which I dearly loved. I could not stand to miss her shows. What a great treasure.

monah

Hi
I found your site on Pink Saturday.
Your stand out pinks are the most. I live in a pink cottage.
Come visit too.
monah

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