Yesterday one of my subscribers sent me the following message:
"Hi, it's me again. Listen, I started making my doll series, I've got 4 down so far. I was wondering if you would like to see them? And if you like them, maybe you could tell peple? I'm only eleven, and I don't have many friends on youtube. Your like, the only person I would ask for this because your so nice. If you have the time I hope you respond or at least look at my videos. Thanks! <3"
I regularly get requests to look at someone's channel. I always look, and provide feedback. This time when I looked, I was immediately touched by what this young 11 year old had created. First of all, it is mostly vintage dolls and playsets. Amazing. I watched the fourth video first, then went back and looked at the rest, starting at the beginning. That's when I realized she was telling the Barbie story, from birth. She had great storytelling. Not one misspelled word or punctuation out of place (as far as I could tell). Again, I was impressed. I clearly see a movie producer in the making.
So I introduce to you SuperMuffyDuffy. (I am very careful about my communication with young people on line, so I never ask their real names.) She is 11 years old and her doll collection was handed down to her by her grandmother. She watched all of the 50's Barbie commercials as part of her research. I don't think you will be disappointed when you see what she has put together. If you like them, please double-click on the YouTube icon and leave a comment directly on the videos, so that she will get the recognition for her hard work.