Saturday, April 24, 2010

Blythe Comes To Life


I started collecting Blythe dolls since I was little. Blythe dolls are from Japan and they first came out in the 1970's those are called vintage Blythe. The dolls are really expensive but fun to play with. Here are some of mine. These are not vintage.





A POEM FOR MY PARENTS

The moonlight is gray

The moonlight is gray. The sun is made of pearls. You are amazing and special. In God your happy. We may give your hearts flowers with love. Blood must go thru your veins from the heavens above. I always get lost in your eyes from the stars in them.

love your secret admirer

GARNERandPROSPECT

My cool science teachers turned my class on to this weird funny rap video but the most important message about recycling. If you don't you should start.
Save our planet!

Please press the link.

Plastiki

Did you know that near Hawaii there lays a huge garbage patch in the Pacific Ocean.
The garbage patch is filled with plastic and is twice the size of Texas. This is ruining our Oceans and sea life :(

Mila Video

For those of you that just can't get enough of sweet Mila.
video

The Mila project/bunny Mila


For people that know me you probably know my cat Mila.
For the people that don't know her, you are probably living under a rock.
She is an American Curl Cat and acts like a dog.
Here is a pic of Mila spending her days with my childhood bunny.

sisboom buzz



Last year I did a photo shoot for my friend Nancy's friend Jennifer.
She has a store called Sisboom.
http://www.sisboom.com/
and I am on the front page of her website SWWWWWWWEEEEEEEETTTTTTT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Here is a photo my friend Nancy sent me.
Her name is Serena she is a pony.
I think she looks like the title of one of my favorite books.
Charlotte the White Horse by Ruth Krauss.
Maurice Sendak drew the pictures.

Sunday, April 18, 2010



Flower World
These are the pics of the Botanical Garden trip

mighty cherry blossom
lilac tree
White snow storm
Red beauty

A fish out of water

Do you guys want to know something I write poems here is a poem I wrote for Easter:

Easter Poem by Lola Stam

I saw a red Robin yesterday

He chirped
He chirped
He chirped

I chirped
I chirped
I chirped

I picked up a flower that looked like a hazelnut branch from the heavens above
The robin saw it so he flew to it and when we touched nose to beak we became very close

We flew to the moon
We even wrote a poem:
Water flows from clouds from above
I only see your tears my love

So on Easter I will buy a nest
He loved it
I put it on my tree and we became best friends since

The end

The writer Lola Stam
OMG - I am new at this and hit post buttom by accident.

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A story by: lola lemonedes stam

Yesterday I told you that I am doing my blog on Saturdays only, but I am itching to tell you viewers that I am doing my blog on the weekENDs. Right now I am in my living room thinking that me and my family might go to the Botanical Gardens.

Yeaaaa!!! I just talked to my mom and dad and we are going to the Botanical Gardens.
I will send you all pictures from my visit. Ohh that reminds me, here is a picture from yesterday going to my awesome art class.
check out my new glasses they were my moms from 20 years ago.
A story by: lola lem

Saturday, April 17, 2010

Lola's Life ~~ First Post Ever! :o)

Tonight I cooked both dinner AND dessert! For dinner we had spaghetti with tomato slices and melted mozerella, and for dessert we are baking DOUBLE FUDGE BROWNIES! ~~YUMMY~~
Today I went to my art class. It was SoOoOoOo much fun. We had cupcakes because it was someone's birthday. We painted the volcano that errupted in Iceland.
So...Let's talk FASHION! When I grow up, I want to be a fashion designer of magazines. AwEsOmE, huh?
Well, anyway. Today I wore black skinny jeans and a super cool t-shirt over a short-long sleeved shirt and a cute hat that I've had since I can remember. Oh, also a cool necklace that my mom gave me for Christmas.
Well, that's all for today. My blog is every Saturday if you wanna hear it! Hope you like it :o)

A Story, by Lola Lemonedes Stam