Tuesday, October 7, 2008

i might be a little a lot obsessed...

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These little gems have taken over my (and my husband's) life the last couple of days. I have literally visited every McDonald's in the entire east valley in an attempt to find the complete collection of 2008 Madame Alexander - Wizard of Oz dolls. And the stores I didn't physically drive to - John called. Yeah, we can be a little extreme at times, but seriously, who can resist how cute these things are?

With the help of my mother-in-law and brother-in-law (in Utah), we have now added two more to our collection, which means we have left to find only one, which is...#2 Glinda The Good Witch. I mean really, what's the Wizard of Oz without Glinda? I have got to find her!

7 comments:

Layn & Celeste said...

Those dolls are awesome. I had no idea they were doing this. I still have yet to take Ty to McDonald's! I'll definitely keep my eye out for Glinda out here in Oklahoma. I'm sure we'll be stopping by.

The Bentleys said...

NO WAY!?!? I love those! They are adorable!! What a cute way to decorate a baby room or something. Did I read that right? They are at McDonalds!? How many happy meals did that mean you had to eat?

Lorie said...

They are cute! Call the McDonalds head quarters. They can check which store has them in stock. I even had them send me a Lightning McQueen when they were giving out the Cars toys.

It made me love McDonalds customer service!! Too bad their fries don't love my hips!

Dawn said...

I'm the same. I actually have an extra Glinda, I just need the flower munchkin - do you have any you want to trade?

diana rose said...

we got stuck with the creepy winged monkey. i'm willing to add an extra one to your collection if you want. it's ugly. but how cute are the others? i had no idea, maybe i need to eat there more often!

natalie eve said...

okay, you know how ruby got obsessed with the princess thing... she may have got that trait from you. haha.

you are too funny.

sarahtuckett said...

Sounds like me with the beanie babies at mcdonalds when the kids were little. We would get the happy meal, and give it to the homeless people standing on the corner as you'd drive away. (Obviously, we weren't the only people doing this. Thanks for taking care of things this weekend, im at joyce's now, and we have been chatting for 3 hours and its late....it is so good to have a best friend.