Tuesday, April 17, 2007 at 1:58 PM PDT
I played with them from the age of five or six up until I was twelve then I grew out of it.
I had a whole lot of accessories that went along with Barbie such as her clothes, town house, trailer, pool, cars, and so on. I had nothing but pure fun!
I didn’t ever think the day would come when I was no longer interested in my Barbie Dolls anymore. However, normally a person matures as I did.
Much later on though, during my twenties, I began having dreams about purchasing many Barbies and a feeling that came along with it in the dreams was the great love that I had for playing with them as a child.
Even though all of my dreams come true I could not imagine that I would actually start buying Barbie dolls for myself at my grown age.
A while after I had began working at J.C. Penney’s last year I’d go around window shopping, sometimes checking things out during my hourly breaks. I happen to hit a Toys ‘R’ us and a K.B. toy store and I was once again “captured” by Barbie.
I just couldn’t resist starting a collection. One day as I stood at a counter making a purchase a white woman about in her fifties uttered to me that she still “loves Barbie”. I’ve collected quite a few so far, just as many as I had when I was a little girl. I am going to buy a pretty curio to pose them all in.
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Isn’t it nice to know the Barbie’s of our childhood (I have an original from the 60′s) are now worth a small fortune! Yah Barbie!
Posted by Half Century on Monday, April 30, 2007 3:06 PM PDT