November 24, 2014

Who Said That?

Florida's quote of the day

| 5/10/2013

"We all want to go work there."

-- Lynn Mulvaney-Japes, a member of a Barbie collector club

Days of Malibu living are long gone for Barbie. The iconic doll has moved to South Florida and is inviting people to step into her life-size dream house, the first one now open worldwide.

Barbie The Dreamhouse Experience, a 10,000-square-foot building with an "endless closet," elevators, a kitchen, bedroom, and everything pink, opened this week at Sawgrass Mills mall in Sunrise.

The life-size house is already drawing squeals of joy from little girls who've toured Barbie's happy world, and enthusiasm from lifelong fans like Lynn Mulvaney-Japes, 51.

Read more at the Orlando Sentinel.

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