Last day of a conference yay!

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Flower Deer Crown

Can you tell how obsessed I am with this new model? She’s a smol deer bb now. Anyways, inspired by autumn this cute flower deer crown comes in a few swatches with room to recolor! :) Let me know if there are any problems!

Tag me if you use this in a photo! I will reblog it. Tag: sul–sul

========= INFO =========  

  • Female & Male
  • Teen - Elder
  • Comes in autumn & spring swatch
  • Feel more than free to recolor this, I love recolors!

========= TERMS OF USE =========  

  • Don’t reupload
  • Don’t claim as your own
  • Credit if you recolor
  • Don’t upload to pay sites
  • Do not include in a CC folder download


Happy Independence Day, Mexico!

Except it’s not really Independence Day because September 16th is when the war began, not when it ended. And it’s not really happy either; too much violence, corruption and social issues.

Still, Doe stays positive and hopes we can get it together… someday.


For many years a grave stone marking the burial plot of an unidentified woman known as “Tent girl” stood in the Georgetown cemetery in Kentucky.

The nickname was given to this Jane Doe after her body was discovered off a highway in 1968, wrapped in a green sheet of tarp similar to that of a canvas tent bag.

Her gravestone, which was paid for by donation, included a description of her, including her height, weight, hair colour and the location her body was discovered.

An enthusiast of the tent girl case, a man named Todd Matthews who had been interested in the case since he was a teen, refused to give up the search for the unknown girls identity, and finally in 1998, after years spent sleuthing, he came across the case of a woman who went missing in Kentucky in the late sixties. Believing it to be a match he contacted the missing girls family which led to a DNA test of the remains. It was a match, Matthews finally had a name to put to the doe: Barbara Ann Hackmann.