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Chittenden County Doll Club, 11/23/2013

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Four of us gathered for CCDC’s first Thanksgiving/Xmas themed meetup. It ended up being mostly Xmas themed, so our dolls enjoyed gifts, Xmas candy, decorated trees and holiday mayhem from RealPukis. :p

goldi’s Volks SD10 Dollfie World Cup Head 2 came for the first time, attired in her holiday best.

goldi’s Volks SD13 Rinon also showed up in an equally classy outfit.

Opening a present from Lyrajean.

Lyrajean’s tinies played instruments that originated as Xmas ornaments. From left, Customhouse Sariel, Hujoo Freya, Volks Yo-SD Kira.

Lyrajean’s Volks Tohya decided to study from the best.

Lyrajean’s Volks F25 coordinated her wrapping paper with her dress.

Lyrajean’s Alchemic Lab Unoa Sist guarded the tree.

vermont chick’s Bimong/Narindolls Narin looked for mistletoe. Faceup by vermont chick.

vermont chick’s Bimong/Narindolls Narae relaxed after a shopping spree. Faceup by vermont chick.

vermont chick’s Bimong/Narindolls Butterfly remained calm, though Xmas carols started playing on the radio in October. Faceup by vermont chick.

Reading a book brought by Lyrajean.

Book interior.

vermont chick’s BID Ringo refused to show any Xmas spirit whatsoever.

vermont chick’s Fairyland RealPukis [from left in top picture: Soso, Pupu and Kaka] drove the RealPuki Delivery Express [Xmas ornaments from vermont chick]. They hijacked delivered everything from a gingerbread house to [chocolate in the shape of] coal and beer.

This used to be a magnificent holiday smorgasbord supplied by Lyrajean. Who let the RealPukis at it?!

They also got into Lyrajean’s Xmas tree!

Submit, my Elfdoll Kathlen, decorated one of my Xmas trees with mini candy canes. Well, they weren’t mini to her!

She also sat on my gingerbread house. >_<

Epona, my custom satyr action figure, read an Xmas book supplied by Lyrajean.

Tragically, Santa burned his ass on the way down the chimney. Rudolph fortunately had a first aid kit with which to patch him up.

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