Obviously, a family of Time Lords and Time Ladies voyages within this vehicle. There is no need to speculate—of course it’s smaller on the outside!
These original My Little Pony toys from my childhood are about thirty years old now. My heart is always swept with sweet nostalgia whenever I look at them.
The pony on the left is Scoops. She came as part of the Satin Slipper Sweet Shoppe playset (which I loved and which is long gone) and is standing in the sugarberry pose.
The baby unicorn pony the right is Baby Sparkle Gusty. This pony is translucent and she is standing in the baby glory pose.
The baby pegasus pony on the left is Baby Sparkle Firefly. This pony is also translucent and she is standing in the baby surprise pose.
This pegasus pony is Whizzer. She is a twinkle-eyed pony standing in the whizzer pose. This up-on-her-toes pose makes her prone to tipping over!
These ponies—created for kids from Generation Millennial—still get played with occasionally by kids from Generation Z, so I recently spruced up their manes and tails using this helpful Restoring a Modern Barbie Doll with Matted Hair tutorial.
A New Discovery!
Until this day, I never knew that there were such things as decorative tire valve caps! I spotted these on a classic car in a parking lot.
So Many Choices!
A brief search on Amazon revealed to me the existence of a vast realm of decorative tire valve caps. These were some of my favorites:
- Dice seem to be a favorite!
- For Anglophiles—the Union Jack!
- Happy yellow smiley faces!
- Sparkling crowns in all colors!
- Bullets for gun nuts!
- The New York Yankees for baseball fans!
So here is yet another interesting and unusual way we can personalize our lives with some fun and humor. What tire valve cap would you choose for your vehicle?