Greetings Friends! Brunhildegard here! I don't know if you remember me or if you are a newcomer to my blog, but I am the mannequin that lives in the studio of Lydia Burris.
Today I received my VERY FIRST LETTER, and I am so very excited!
I decided to celebrate this first step by starting this blog! :) :)
I was going to hijack Lydia's blog, but ... her's is all dark and flamy. I like the look of this one better!
Here you can see me with this letter, ALL THE WAY FROM CALIFORNIA!!
There was no return address... a *MYSTERY!* Oh La La.
I really like the sticker on the back.
"Take Time to Dream".
Lydia happened to be in the studio as well, and helped me look at the beautiful letter inside.
Look at the picture below:
I am in *love* with the sunset design.
reminds me... I recently watched an episode of the Twilight Zone, about
department store mannequins who took turns vacationing in the real
world as a real person for one month. If the right magic happens, and
I'm ever able to travel, I want to visit a beach, somewhere sunny.
By the way, the episode was Season 1 episode 34 "The After Hours"
A fortune cookie statement "Next full Moon Brings an ENCHANTED EVENING", a blessing for my holidays and a card to a publishing site.
Oh I'm already feeling Rapturous Joy at this delivery!!!
I plan to write back. Oh joy!
I took a look at their website, and I love their statement about being an "avant-garde underground publishing industry" I am all about the Avant-Garde baby! CHARGE AHEAD DARLINGS!
Take a look at their website: http://smashed-rat-on-press.com
I took a look at their catalog, and think I would enjoy the book "Grønthildå" !!
Also, "Diane at Fifteen" looks interesting. I am a fan of intimate ghost stories. They are almost as good as living mannequin stories!!
Well, there you have it my dears. My first letter. I've been noticed, it can only avalanche from here on out. Perhaps you should also send me a letter! If so, Please send it to Lydia's public studio address:
212 West 10th Street,
Indianapolis, IN 46202
And, just for the sake of redundancy, here's my website with as much information: