Sentimental Journey

      On November 5, 2010, the good folks at Our Doll Community presented me with a beautiful gift of the Anatomical Doll

Feodora Verochka Tychovich

      I was printing out some pictures of Feodora and myself for some friends. I began thinking of the other pictures that show the two of us. These are not new pictures, and this is not all of these kind of pictures. I may add new pictures to this page as they come along. These pictures are in chronological order.

Dividers are from ~Magickal Graphics~
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Sentimental Journey
Music by Les Brown and Ben Homer, lyrics by Arthur (Bud) Green (1944)

Here are the famous lyrics as sung by Doris on the 1944 recording:

Gonna take a Sentimental Journey,

Gonna set my heart at ease.

Gonna make a Sentimental Journey,

to renew old memories.

Got my bags, got my reservations,

Spent each dime I could afford.

Like a child in wild anticipation,

I Long to hear that, "All aboard!"

Seven...that's the time we leave at seven.

I'll be waitin' up at heaven,

Countin' every mile of railroad track,

that takes me back.

Never thought my heart could be so yearny.

Why did I decide to roam?

Gotta take that Sentimental Journey,

Sentimental Journey home.
Sentimental Journey.

Copyright 1944 by Morley Music Co., Inc.
31 West 34th Street, N.y., N.Y. 10019
Copyright renewed 1971. All Rights Reserved.

lyrics from:
youTube video


Feodora's other photo shoots can be accessed from this index.

      Feodora Verochka Tychovich is a life-sized platinum-cured silicone rubber doll. She was produced by Oleg Bratkov (a gifted sculptor) and his beautiful wife Irina (excellent makeup artist), at Anatomical Doll in Vladivostok, Russia. Feodora has Face 3 and Body 3 of their product line. She has a fully articulated skeleton and can pose in most natural ways that a human can pose. There are 'stops' on the skeleton that prevent her from posing in unnatural ways. This also helps to prevent damage to the silicone.

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