"This sweet fellow simply loves to dance," said Jane Austen, Action Doll, to no one in particular. She hummed The Sussex Waltz as the couple glided up and down the wooden floor.
"He does come in handy when I do not want to dance with a chap. One look at this sweet fellow on my arm, and the chap runs away. I do not think Lizzie's Mr. Darcy would be such a coward."
My theme for this year's challenge is Jane Austen, Action Doll, Seeks a New Career.
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Based on their relative sizes, Jane Austen is one fierce lady there.ReplyDelete
You got it, Liz!Delete
The Lizard of OzReplyDelete
Su-Siee, looks like I have missed the A to Z Challenge posts on your blog (while I was keeping up with the ABC Wednesday ones).. so will check out the adventures of Jane towards A from here..made me smile..ReplyDelete
Cool, Lady in Read!Delete
Another gem, Susie. Great close-up and model posing work as well. One, two, three, one, two, three. Makes me want to pick up the dusty old violin and play a waltz for them.ReplyDelete
Oooooh, Jane and I can hear a waltz a la the violin.Delete
what an entertaining and surreal approach to the challenge.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Zannie by the sea. "Surreal approach" has me smiling big time.Delete
Thanks for your comment on my A-Z Fluevogs (shoes), because otherwise I would not have discovered this wonderful A-Z of yours! Love it!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Anne. :-)Delete
For a minute there I though Messr Lizard was chomping upon our heroine's person! :)ReplyDelete
Jane dawned a special perfume to keep Messr Lizard at bay.Delete
I wonder if he knows the TangoReplyDelete
Such a tricky scene to pull off! Kudos!ReplyDelete