PrettyTiny Film Company -- random pix (New arrival, Jan. 21)
Your house-sit spot is river front with a private dock? You're hanging with the high-rollers now, huh? Good for you!

Looks like the nice days are really nice, which makes up for the not-so-nice ones.

And a lighthouse! So river and ocean within spitting distance? Nice!

I envy people who have the skillz to draw with spray paint without making mistakes, every line perfect the first time. I can't even paint a flat surface a uniform color with spray paint, let alone do lines and shading and stuff.
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It's a tiny and cute little dock, maybe 9 feet square.  I could imagine sitting out there often. 
It's a bit of a drive to the sea, 20 minutes or so.  Most of the coastal area here is somewhat gentrified and every available bit of land has a house, so you can't randomly wander the shoreline.  There are quite a few parks though.  And then some areas without houses that are really middle of nowhere.
There are houses just out of sight from these pictures.  I can play the same game the realtors do, where the angle doesn't show there's another house in the front yard of the listed one  xp

Thanks to today's lousy weather, neither the cat nor I went out for more than few moments.  Brrr.  But at least we aren't buried in snow like some places.
Had some fun with the homeowners' tree.  Even though they were going away, they went to the trouble to get and decorate it.  So the crew made the most of it.


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Unfortunately what Daesani really needed for Christmas is a new hand.  She fell off the couch, onto a rug, not too hard, but it broke sad  She has a tape splint and hopefully it will hold together till we get home to the crazy glue.  But a new pair would be good, as she has a glued pinky on the other hand.  Thanks for the lousy plastic, Groove.


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Merry Christmas from the PTFCo crew!
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Broken arms, broken hands: any parent will tell you, that's what happens when you let your kids climb trees!

That's really a lovely tree. I particularly like the very first photo, which presents a very believable scene of the girls sitting and talking quietly as the Christmas holiday winds down.

I discovered a "public fishing dock" on the river about a fifteen minute brisk walk from my house today, wedged in between a couple of multi-million dollar riverfront mansions. I'll have to drag some dollies down there (it's also about nine feet square, not any larger than your private dock) and "fake" some pictures that look isolated and remote.

The riverfront and ocean front here are like what you describe, too: wall to wall mega-mansions and condos and resort hotels, with an occasional small public park or a narrow walkway to the beach squeezed in to the shadowy space between looming apartment towers. At least the actual ocean beaches in this part of Florida are public; but not the riverfront.
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Yes, let's see some photos on "your" dock.  smile
The homeowners really decorated this tree beautifully.  They got to enjoy it for a week or so after I left, I think.  It was very nice of them to bother decorating when they weren't going to be home.

I must get back to the NS photos... as usual I took a ton and haven't sorted them out yet.  In the meantime...

Introducing Jewel (mini Jupi). 
When people know you like minis so much they tag you on someone's sale post and say "Alliecat needs this doll."  LOL
She arrived on Tuesday after a long strange trip from Connecticut and made a really awful week a bit less awful.

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Unfortunately she won't be having adventures in what's left of the mossy woodland for a while, as it's freezing and snowy.  So -- dolls with flowers!!  Yay!!!


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She received a warm welcome from the PTFCo crew.  (I think Sunsette may have appointed a board of directors...?)


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Aw, she's adorable with those wings!
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She arrived with wings?
Or ON wings? Does she migrate, like your monarchs?
It looks like you’ll have a Butterfly Manager now to oversee Operation Milkweed.

Tropical blooms inside while there’s snow outside — you’re doing something right!

Sorry to read that you’ve had yet another not-very-good week.
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