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Meeting Charlie

Today begins a"Blog Christian Web Site Soap Opera", titled "Behind the Veil" , using the world of Barbie dolls! This idea comes from being a Facebook user and belong to a group in which "dioramas" are required.

A dioramas is a scene, often in miniature, reproduced in  in three dimensions, re-creating a natural setting, utilizing objects and figures, capturing a specific moment in time.

Being a lover of Barbie dolls as a child, I was drawn to this group, as well as others whereas Barbie, Ken, Skipper, and other members of the Barbie family are included.

Meet the first and main character of "Behind the Veil": Charlsetta McIntyre, known to most as "Charlie." How did I come up with that name? As I'm typing this blog and watching "Matlock", I said the first name I hear, I was going to use...and I heard Charlie!

























Charlie is the main character and the producer of Behind the Veil.

As I stated, this soap opera is Christian based.

Stay tuned to follow the life of Charlie, her family, her friends, and her church family...basically her life.

Thank you




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