Man, I loved that pony.It took all my restraint not to blow my family's entire Christmas budget on her.
Just look at her. So cute.
A couple months later, I received a message from Franceyn. "Hi Jennifer," she wrote. "I know you are flat out busy with the NaMoPaiMo, but I just wanted to say what an amazing thing it is for the hobby, everyone just adores February and the way it brings everyone together is amazing. I know it is a huge effort on your part! I have "tiny" something that I would like to send to you in appreciation of all that you do... Could you please tell me your favorite colour?"
I was intrigued, but too busy and tired to dwell on it. I dashed off a quick response and more or less forgot about the whole thing.
When I returned home after BreyerWest, there was a box from Australia waiting for me. Inside I found my own little onesie pony.
I don't collect stablemates, but stablemates in pink pajamas with flamingos on them? Sign me up!I can't get over how cute she is.
Just look at her!
And as if that wasn't enough. It turns out that Franceyn created a whole herd of tiny onesie ponies.Just...
So cute! These were offered for sale on a first come, first serve basis, and they were all claimed instantly.
Thank you, Franceyn. The world needs onesie ponies, and I love mine so much!