The Ash Grove Academy Guest House
our Petite Dreams Deluxe Dollhouse in its Previous Incarnation
It all started when Mrs. Plum revealed to us
that one of her friends was
coming to the AGA to live. I assumed Mrs. Lovage (for that is her name)
live in the Lighthouse with Mrs. Plum. As usual, when it comes to the
I assumed wrong. Mrs. Plum informed me that her friend was not a charity
and that she was coming to the school at the invitation of Mrs. Plum,
Again--I assumed she was to work in the daily running of the AGA, along
with Mrs. Plum.
Again (no surprise) I assumed wrong.
Mrs. Lovage had been running a boarding house, but it was just getting
much for her, and she sold her business to a younger doll couple.
"So," I asked Mrs. Plum, "what will she be doing here,
then? We don't have a boarding house."
"I am well aware of that," Mrs. Plum replied. "I want
her to run the guesthouse."
"Ummmm," I said wittily. "We don't actually have a guesthouse."
"Actually, we do." she said tartly (unamused by my snappy
comeback), and proceeded to inform me that the broken down house at
the top of the stairs was to be brought down
into the workshop and renovated immediately.
We hope to have it done before Mrs. Lovage arrives.
Let me amend that--I had darned well better have it done, if I know
what's good for me!
Well, Miss Hitty Teaberry Lovage has arrived.
Yes, not Mrs. Lovage at all--it
turns out she eloped with the gardner, and she sent her niece in her
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And enjoy the fun!
This Petite Dreams Deluxe Dollhouse has spent the last two years in
a three-year old's bedroom, then
a porch, then a garage, then a storage shelf...and it is time to renovate!
Luckily, the AGA has Xander Harris, a carpenter by trade, living at
The Bitty Boys are enjoying a snack.
Let's take a break!
Anyone for chips?
Xander has to regroup and eat some lunch.
The bittys clean up the place a bit.