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June 24th, 2006
As a little treat while we are gone, I have created this new photo story: A Day at Proper School , which includes two little videos. I'm sorry that they are sideways, but that's the way they were filmed so I can't change it now. You'll just have to tilt your head to the side. Enjoy all the same, and we will see you all when we get back from Nationals!!
Updates: New photo story, A Day at Proper School .
June 24th, 2006
Summer is here, and it has flooded over Pleasantville in a haze of green trees swaying and heat washing over the Montoya's rancho. The poor Montoyas have taken to going about their daily chores with wet cloths around their heads to keep them cool, then taking long siestas until the sun has passed overhead. It is so hot that they almost don't need to cook their food in a fire! Mrs. Montoya cooked up a nice batch of tortillas outside on a large rock when she couldn't stand to make a fire.
Down at the Larson's, the weather is just lovely. Cool winds and gurgling brooks make for excellent planting and harvesting weather, and that is exactly what the family has been doing! However, when it is nighttime, they have to make sure they lock up their cabin doors to keep the trolls out. The trolls moan and give up, heading back to their moist hideaway under the bridge to the waterfall, and spend the evening dipping their toes in the moss and talking about mushrooms.
Kaya and Speaking Rain have moved their camp from their winter cave out onto a nice patch of ground near the river, where they can begin to catch salmon for the winter. They are so happy to sleep under the stars again that every night the Larsons can look out of their cabin windows down into the valley, where little black figures can be seen dancing around the flickering reds and oranges of a prancing fire.
Occasionally a little whoop of joy will carry all the way up the mountain to where the trolls sit, mumbling and groaning about the horrid light that won't allow them to leave their hiding place.
We will not be able to update for a few weeks, because we will be competing at the Nationals for Irish Dance, but when we get back, expect plenty of updates!
Greta, Willow and Solana
Updates: New front page picture
June 5th, 2006
The Larson Family has moved from their old house in the valley to their new cabin high atop Mt. Pleasant, looking down into Market Square. The one-room cabin is very cozy, and allows the family to have plenty of farming land and barn space for all their crops to grow!
The house is nearby to a tumbling waterfall, which Kaya has been trying to avoid every time she goes along the river, but it is very beautiful anyway.
All Mr. and Mrs. Larson can do lately is sing and dance around their new farm because they are finally living in their dream home.
Updates: new front page picture. More pictures of the Larson's new house coming soon!
May 15th, 2006
Things have calmed down slightly after Mother's Day, but Mr. Larson, Mr. Merriman, Mr. Montoya, Mrs. Montoya, Mr. Wickon, Mr. Hawkins, Josefina, William and Kaya are all working hard down on the Larson's new farm trying to erect some walls and dragging logs from the forest nearby. It'll take a lot more before the farm is finished!
Updates: I've added a few new characters to the Miscellaneous Characters Page, and added picture slide shows to The Montoya Family page, The Windmill Family Page, and more. Check them out! They are very interesting!
May 14th, 2006
For Mother's day my younger sister Solana decided to write her own photo story to give to our mother as a present. She took all the pictures and wrote a story, which I have expanded on for her. The whole story is on the Photo Stories page for your enjoyment! Please leave any comments on our Guest Book or Message Board.
May 14th, 2006
Happy Mother's Day to all the Mothers out there who visit this site, and if you are not a mother, make sure you tell your mom "I love you!" today!
Lara Larson is having the best mother's day of all today, simply rocking her new baby boy all day long and smelling the Montoya's good cooking come through the rancho. Downtown, Anders Larson has found the land he wants to develop, and is going over his plans for his log cabin with Andres Montoya, who is going to help him build it.
On a note that doesn't have anything to do with dolls, but a lot to do with this website: If anyone visiting this site knows how to upload and host a .m4p file or a .wma music file, could you please email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org ? Thank you so much!!
Updates: I added a very fun picture slideshow to the The Parkington Family page.
May 13th, 2006
On Wednesday, the tenth of May, a new baby was born into the Larson family! Peter Lars Anderson joined the family with the help of Doctor Merriman and his assistant, Josefina. They worked for a long time making Mrs. Larson comfortable, and Josefina made countless teas made as weakness cures and stress cures. And finally, the new baby is happily rocking in a cradle hanging from the Montoya family's prayer room. Everyone just loves baby Peter, except for poor Britta and Rebecca, who are both wishing they would get more attention. Britta is especially taking it badly, and she won't stop trying to fit into the baby cradle, even though she outgrew it more than 5 years ago.
Now the Larson family is moving out of their cabin, and getting ready to buy a large amount of land up on the mountain, so Mr. Larson can at last build his dream home and farm.
Welcome to Pleasantville, Baby Peter!
Updates: A new photo slideshow on Kaya's Page , The Merriman Family page, The Larson Family page and The Wilson and Chen Families page, and a new front page picture.
May 11th, 2006
I added a new page today, to hold photo stories on, like The Baby Shower, and more to come. This page will be updated frequently, I hope!
I've also added a new picture to the front page. A huge news post is coming soon, because a big event has happened! Can you guess what it was?
May 4th, 2006
So much happened in Pleasantville yesterday that to write it all down here would take up way too much space. So I have added a new story page:
The Baby Shower
Updates: New story page, ( The Baby Shower ) and new front page picture.
April 24th, 2006
The last time a baby was born in Pleasantville was years and years ago- when little Rachel Merriman was born on a wintry December afternoon. Since then, all of the young children of Pleasantville have grown older and become (almost) responsible young ladies and gentlemen; almost entirely absent is the role of the young baby and the happiness that surrounds it.
However, this is soon to change. Lara Larson has a stomach as round as a melon now as she nears the time next month when her new baby will be born. This news has been greeted by the people of Pleasantville with great excitement! Everyone is happy and can't wait to see the new baby.
Yesterday, the Montoya family packed up their trunks and bed rolls and headed down to the Larson farm. There, they set up camp in the Larson's house by unrolling their beds, unpacking their trunks, and starting a cooking fire outdoors. Francisca Montoya immediately got to work re-organizing the kitchen cupboards and making a large Spanish feast for the Larson family. Dolores Montoya cleaned the house and then started shivering by the fire because the climate is so different from her warm Santa Fe pueblo! All of the children rejoiced because they get two weeks off of their chores, and happily started helping all the Larson children with THEIR chores.
The Montoyas want to be the first people to see the new baby when it comes, but they are not the only people thinking about it! Mrs. Merriman is organising a baby shower for Mrs. Larson, the Parkingtons are happily discussing all of the baby clothes they want to sew, and EVERYONE is anticipating the day that this baby is born.
Is it a He? Or a She? We shall soon find out!!
April 23rd, 2006
Happy Birthday, Solana! Solana turns 11 years old today!
April 20th, 2006
FINALLY, I have uploaded and posted all of the Traveling Ruthie pictures on our Traveling Doll Profiles and Pictures! page. Check them out and leave all of your comments on the message board or Guest Book . Enjoy!
Updates: New Traveling Ruthie pictures, new front page picture.
April 6th, 2005
Yesterday a group of girls and Paul Windmill set out on a 4-5 day long hiking trip in the Olympus National park outside of Pleasantville. They were laden down with huge backpacks full of food and pots and pans; clothes and tents. But somehow they managed to climb two short rock walls, before switchbacking up the mountain.
Alison slowed everyone down by complaining about how tired she was after the first five minutes, but Alex (at the front of the party) didn't even notice because she was exclaiming over the beautiful view and skipping happily up the steep trail. Everyone was having a great time besides Laura, who had the backpack which held all the pots and pans, which made her almost literally incapable of walking, let alone climbing because of the sheer weight! She huffed and puffed behind her brother Paul, who hadn't packed much and was making fun of her for being so wimpy.
They arrived at their campground near the top of the mountain and set up camp. After a rather scary encounter with a Garter snake, they started to cook dinner on an outdoor fire. Alexandra had borrowed recipes from Mrs. Merriman and soon realised that they were far too difficult to try to do outdoors.
"You know Alex, we should have just brought hot dogs and hamburgers." Paul said to her, lounging around on a log near the fire.
"WELL, how was I supposed to know that this Montoya recipe has to cool for two hours and then cook for another two hours? I didn't read it before we left! Now go get some more firewood!" Alex retorted, the smoke from the fire turning her way and hitting her in the face.
A few minutes later it started to rain, and they all ended up diving into their tents for the rest of the evening. They played cards in the tents while bemoaning the loss of dinner. Finally, when the rain stopped at around 9:45, they crawled out and heated up the rain-soaked dinner; then ate it happily and went to bed.
What an adventure!
Updates: I've updated The Larson Family page with links to new pictures, the Videos page with a link to the same videos on a new host site, and new picture on the front page.
April 5th, 2006
I just added lots of pictures to the Our Dolls video reviews page, with screenshots of the movies so far and descriptions.
I also updated the The Pleasantville Philharmonic page and changed the size of the pictures.
April 5th, 2006
A late birthday to Britta Larson- she turned 10 yesterday.
Also, we recently recieved a huge batch of GORGEOUS pictures from Priya Alahan, who attended our December 23rd production of the Nutcracker in 2005, and took pictures during the performance. They are now displayed on our 2005 Nutcracker Reviews page. Please take a moment and look at them- they are the first pictures we have of the ballet during an actual performance night, and Priya's pictures convey the drama and action of the actual ballet better than our posed pictures do. However, if you wish to see our old pictures as well, they are newly uploaded onto "The Nutcracker" Reviews page for general reviews.
Traveling Ruthie has arrived in Pleasantville, and this weekend we took her on an exciting excursion to the Capilano Suspension Bridge in Vancouver, B.C.! More pictures of that as well as her visits with the doll families of Pleasantville will be coming soon.
Updates: LOTS of new pictures on "The Nutcracker" Reviews page and 2005 Nutcracker Reviews page to look at! Enjoy.
March 21st, 2006
Two little girls wound their way slowly towards the river.
One came down a hill from her plantation, swinging her skirts and humming a little of the Mozart opera that she'd gone to see the night before. It had been the first ever performance of the opera in America, and she had been riveted by the story and the beautiful music- so much so that now she couldn't sing or hum anything but the beautiful aria sung by the beautiful lead singer. She had worn her new dress that her older sister sewed her- made to copy her doll Rose's red and gold dress, and the very latest style. Oh what a night it had been! Rachel skipped along a bit faster, trying to balance all of the dishes in the basket she was carrying so they didn't crash into each other and break. She rounded the bend of the path towards the river bed, stepped quickly to the side and began to unpack her basket full of dirty dishes as she sung the Mozart aria at the top of her lungs.
Down the other side of the riverbank came the other girl dressed in very colorful clothes, humming a little to herself and trying to brush her tangled hair out of her face. She'd just finished eating a very spicy and delicious meal of papas pimientos (pepper potatoes) and rajas (green peppers and spices) that her older sister Francisca had fixed for supper, and now she had escaped a family argument about table manners to come and wash the dishes. "I hope Rachel is there!" She giggled to herself as she tripped and stumbled down the muddy riverbank. A lizard slithered past and stuck out its little tongue, but she didn't even notice and kept on going through the weeds and towards the stream by the crop fields and the waterfall. Since she had been very little, Rebecca Montoya had been taught "el agua es vida," "water is life" by her parents and relatives, because without water nothing could survive the harsh climate of the desert where she lived.
The two girls converged at the foot of a large waterfall, across the stream from each other and talked together about Mozart and Mariachi, Ballgowns and Rebozos, and Mince Pie and Rajas. They always found something to talk about while they did the dishes together. They exchanged the latest town gossip and giggled and laughed until the last dish and the last goblet was sparkling clean and then it was time to pack up again.
"Adios Rachel!" Rebecca waved as she headed back up the muddy embankment and past the lizard, still flicking his tongue lazily.
"Farewell Rebecca!" Rachel said merrily as she picked up her skirts and headed back up the path towards her family's large household; the white buildings gleaming in the distance. As she took a few steps, the melody from the Mozart aria floated back into her head and she took it up again in a happy little voice.
The two girls headed back to their seperate houses and their very different lifestyles to go through with another day. But they would see each other the next day, and the day after that, because no matter how different they were, there would always be more dishes to be done.
Updates: New front page picture
March 8th, 2006
What is one of the most important outbuildings that a Colonial family needs? Well, they need a barn, to keep their horses and bridles in, and they'll need a good smokehouse for all their meat. But besides that, the most important of all was the privy.
Keeping all of this in mind, the Merriman family has now expanded their outbuildings to include one of these. It is very clean and very easy to access, but that could change in time. For now, everyone in the Merriman family is just glad that William will be cleaning it out.
Besides this, the Merriman girls are being instructed in the fine arts of "housewifery" as their mother calls it; tiny sewing, perfect posture, good manners, singing, guitar playing and dancing, and- most importantly- good cooking. Getting ready for ONE MEAL (lunch) takes hours of cooking all morning- creating beautiful dishes of food for every corner of the dining table.
Nan's job in the morning is to start out by cooking a nice hot batch of liberty biscuits, and then her sisters join her to cook two large meat dishes, two savory soups, two puddings and two vegetable dishes. Every dish must be evened out by another like it, otherwise the dinner will be a mess!
Often times Felicity grows impatient of having to stay in the kitchen all day, and begins to practice her ballet. However, every time she tries this, she manages to knock one or two things down, so by the time her mother comes in to check on how things are going, she is standing in a pile of ruined biscuits and green beans.
The Merrimans aren't the only ones who are interested in cooking- the Montoya family has a growing cookbook full of lovely, savory recipes that require funny activities and ingredients that make it fun to make each new recipe.
The Wickon family are busy writing recipes as well- as Suzanne and John are both Italian Opera singers, Suzanne is of the opinion that Italian food is far superior to any other. Therefore, she has been writing recipes for herself and showing off her latest creations at each week's sewing circle. These recipes require good singing to cook properly, so of course, Suzanne is the only person who can make them taste just right.
Soon up on this website (as soon as I have time!): Doll Recipes!!! I will post a few of the dolls' favorite recipes for you to put together with your own dolls. They are fun and easy and only require a few pots and pans, a pretend fireplace, and doll food. (Instructions on how to make these or buy them will be on the new page as well!)
Updates: New front page picture, new The Parkington Family picture on their page, and a new Kitty Kapers Reviews .
February 28th, 2006
As the month of February draws to a close, Pleasantville is slowly getting into a rhythm for the upcoming Spring. After all the excitement surrounding the Parkington's elegant Valentine's Day party at their mansion, everyone has gone back to their every-day routines; the Montoyas are busy tending to their laundry and their weavings, and you can see Francisca running down to the market in town square every morning without fail to make three more warm meals for the big Montoya family.
The Merrimans are busy with sewing projects for the Clothes Boutique, because Mrs. Wickon has requested so many new clothes that Mrs. Merriman has recruited her daughters to help her out so she can finish them in time. Felicity and Rachel are enjoying their new colonial lifestyle, and Nancy likes it too- especially baking liberty biscuits every day.
The Larsons are plowing their fields and planting next year's crops. However, they still have time for a little fun! During the ladie's sewing circle this week, all of the men met at the Larson farm for a secret Poker Party, complete with a secret handshake and dark cloaks to wear on their way down. No one lost too much money besides poor Mr. Wickon, but he gained some of it back in due time.
Updates: New pictures on the Merchandise page, fixed a few bad links.
February 11th, 2006
Updated to note that I have completely changed The Montoya Family page to include LOTS of new pictures, information and background story. Keep checking the Montoya page because there will be a lot more up in the next few days.
January 31st, 2006
Today I've updated quite a few things. Firstly, i've added an entirely new album full of pictures of Kaya's life, tipi, dog, horse, and her winter cave on Kaya's Page . Also, i've added the "Fashion Guide" sketches to both the Summer, 2004 and Winter, 2004 pages in the Fashion section. These were the guides that fashionable ladies in town would recieve in their mailboxes when the fashions were about to change. Check them out!
Updates: All listed above! :)
January 30th, 2006
Just updating quickly to let you know that I've moved all the "family" pages into one easy-to-use A Tour of Pleasantville page. Click the link to go there.
Let this be a sign that a TON of update ideas are floating around in my head!! :)
The rest of the Josefina story is coming soon- and when it's all finished i'll put it on the The Montoya Family page.
Updates: New page - A Tour of Pleasantville
January 29th, 2006
On Wednesday last week, the Montoya family crowded around Papa as he read the letter that had come by special delivery from his sister, Magdalena, in Mexico City:
I am writing to you from Mexico City where many people are sick with horrible ailments, and which I am working on finding the cure for. I am needing help finding this cure and going through the village to cure all of the sick people, and I was wondering if your little Josefina could come and help me here in Mexico City. While she was here I could teach her more about being a curandera, and she could write down some of my remedies and recipes to use in Pleasantville. I hope that everyone is well, and that Francisca is a good hard worker on the rancho since she left me to live with you. I do hope that Josefina may come and help me and I hope that everything is fine on the rancho.
"Why Josefina, this is the chance that you have always been waiting for! Or at least your Mama and I have been waiting for. You shall go to Mexico City to learn how to be a curandera." Said Papa in a very excited voice, waving the letter above his head.
(A "curandera" is a healer.)
"Oh, si Papa!" Josefina answered, jumping up and down, "When may I go! I can't wait to see Mexico City with all of the fancy people and houses..."
Francisca let out a little harumph from her corner and turned to look out the window of the cocina where the chickens, Diego and Manuella, were pecking at a dry pumpkin.
"Well Josefina, you must go as soon as possible! Go and get your good Sunday dress and two sets of clothes. Borrow Clara's bed roll and don't forget your poncho!!" Mama bustled around the busy cocina issuing orders.
Papa ran outside and harnessed the horse, Pimientas (Peppers); putting on the woven saddlebags and packing the lunch that Mama prepared. He went up to his old writing desk and found the map of the Camino Real, the long trail that leads from Santa Fe to Mexico City. This he gave to Josefina, who tucked it into her belt pouch and mounted the excitable Pimientas.
The family waved Josefina goodbye as she set off down the road away from the rancho.
"Don't forget to ride without stopping, Josefina, or you will not arrive at Chihuahua in time before the city gates close,then you will have to sleep outside in the desert!" Papa called after her, suddenly worried.
Josefina smiled and nodded as she set off through Pleasantville. As she reached the edge of town, however, she noticed the Parkington's mansion and decided to pay them a quick visit to say goodbye.
Tying Pimientas to the porch railing, she knocked on the front door and was admitted by the butler, Hawkins.
Samantha and Rebecca were sitting primly in the parlor, listening to a recording on the victrola and sipping rosehip tea. When Josefina entered, they squealed in delight and offered her a seat and some very sugary tea. After telling her all about the improvements to their mansion, they launched into a lengthy discussion about the late Bartok quartets and how "wonderfully abstract" they are. Josefina had a very hard time getting away after they'd started, but when she finally edged her way out the front door and jumped on Pimientas, she was a good two hours behind schedule. Resolving never to visit the Parkingtons again on a tight schedule, she urged Pimientas into a gallop and took off out of Pleasantville at great speed.
Later that afternoon she was getting tired of riding and couldn't see the town of Chihuahua anywhere in sight. Then she heard loud hoofbeats behind her.
"Bueno," she thought, "Maybe these riders can tell me how far away Chihuahua is. I am tired and hungry."
However, the sounds of whips and yells soon told her that these riders were not of the friendly variety. They were robbers.
"Give me your money, piquino nina!" the front robber said in a rough voice. "Pronto!"
"I d-d-don't have any m-m-money..." Josefina stammered back, squeezing Pimientas with her legs.
"Si, you do estupido nina, now give it here!"
"Fine. Here is five dollars. That's all I will give you!"
Josefina slowly handed a five dollar bill to the robber. As she leaned over Pimientas' ear, she whispered, "Vaya!! Go!!"
Pimientas took off as though he had a wild heard of raging bulls after him. They streaked past the robbers and off into the desert, heading for a large flat-topped mountain of rock- a mesa. Pimientas didn't stop to listen to Josefina's nudges and orders, he climbed straight up the rock side of the mountain until they were safely hidden behind a group of bushes at the top.
"Pimientas! Bueno Pimientas!" Josefina said, breathlessly, as the robbers passed them below. Suddenly, the rock they were resting on gave way and they almost slipped all the way down to the trail again. The saddlebags and food slipped down the cliffs, bouncing off rocks and landing in the dust at the ground. Pimientas and Josefina scrambled to regain even footing and moved to the center of the mountain so as to avoid falling again.
"Oh no!" Josefina wailed, looking at the fallen food and supplies. It was getting late, the stars were starting to come out, and she had to make a fire or something to keep them warm once nighttime arrived. "Stay here, Pimientas, I will go and get our things."
Pimientas neighed in warning, but Josefina began her climb down the rock cliff anyway. As soon as she reached the bottom of the mesa, out of the shadows came a coyote, growling low and heading towards the fallen food bags. He looks very hungry, thought Josefina, maybe I should just go now.
Josefina quickly scrambled back up to Peppers, and watched sadly as the coyote devoured their supplies and ripped open Papa's beautiful woven saddlebags.
On the sixth day of their travels, Josefina was woken early by the sound of horses approaching their camp. Not more robbers, Josefina thought, scared, I don't have much more money! She jumped up and hid behind the nearest clump of brush, pulling Pimientas behind her.
A man on horseback rode up to her camp, and dismounted. He examined the remains of her campfire and her bedding, and then approached the clump of brush where she was hiding. Hopelessly, she jumped up and confronted him.
"You're a robber! Go away! I KNOW you're a robber and I don't have any money. So just leave!"
"No, I am not a robber, piquino nina... would your name happen to be Josefina, by any chance?"
"How do YOU know that?" Said Josefina, warily.
"Because I am part of the search party from Mexico City that is out looking for you! Magdalena is very worried because you are 3 days late, and none of the towns along the Camino Real have seen you! Come with me, I will bring you to her."
Josefina sighed with relief, and followed the man into Mexico City, where they found her Tia Magdalena's casa and Josefina was safe at last after her scary journey. As soon as Josefina was able, she sent this (slighty exaggerated) letter documenting her travels back to her family.
Dear Mama and Papa and all my sisters,
I am glad to say that I have made it safely to Mexico City! I am very busy right now so I cannot give all the details of my journey, but here is a rough outline. I started my journey as you know down the highway, and for a few hours I had no problems. ("A few hours!!" Mama and Papa exclaimed, "Only a few hours?!") But then Pimientas stopped because there was too much weight on his back. So after fastening some things to his back, I took the other things on MY back and went on foot, but soon Pimientas and I heard the sound of wolves! So we raced across the desert until I could not hear a trace of them anymore. Then after riding for a while I heard a fierce gallop of hooves and I thought that I would wait and get some directions (since I was lost after the wolf-chase). But then I heard some men being cruel to their horses and I knew they were no friends but robbers! I dashed across the desert with the robbers in hot pursuit until I hid behind a barrel cactus, but the robbers found me and asked for money. I slowly handed them a five dollar bill and then I jumped on Pimientas and rode across the desert as fast as I could until I had lost them. My next trouble was that I ran into a wolf! Pimientas had dashed up a mesa but my saddle bags had fallen to the ground! The wolf came out and almost got me, but I went back up to Pimientas. He looked through my things and ate the food and ripped the saddlebags (ciento mucho,I am very sorry, Papa!) The next day I was sleeping, when the next thing I knew a man was standing over me! I thought he was a robber, but it turned out that he was actually one of the men in the search party looking for me! He helped me pack up my things and helped me find Mexico City. I got there safely and I am now writing to you while Tia Magdalena is copying down some of her remedies for me.
Love, Maria Josefina Manuella Montoya
More of Josefina's adventure will be coming soon! Stay tuned! :)
Updates: New front page picture
January 12th, 2006
And last.... an album full of pictures of everybody, from the Magic Attic girls to the Wilsons and Chens, Mr. Wickon's poker party, Nutcracker (real people) guests and action shots from a real Nutcracker performance night!
Christmas In Pleasantville
Enjoy! Please remember to sign our NEW guestbook, even if you signed the old one, because I want to take the old one down soon. :)
January 12th, 2006
Now that i've had some time off because of a cold, I have a few lovely surprises!
Feliz Navidad! (Pictures of the Montoya family at Christmas time)
A Larson Christmas (Pictures of the Larson family at Christmas time)
The Merry Merrimans (pictures of Christmas at the Merriman's house)
Updates: I've also added quite a sprinkling of new pictures on the site, as well as a new page: Kitty Kapers Reviews . Thank you!
January 10th, 2006
Happy New Year from all of the dolls! So much has happened lately, we have a new album for you to enjoy!
Merriman's New Year's Ball
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