Saturday, February 28, 2015

Pearl goes shopping


It's a hoot when customers send me photos of Kenny Croes Dummy Store characters in new duds. Best of all, they share stories of shopping excursions with their new companions. Auntie Pearl accompanied Harold to the clothing store and caused quite a stir. Folks whipped out their cell phone cameras and clicked away as they perused the aisles. Now Pearl has a brand new wardrobe.

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