Tiffany hasn't had a lot to say since she has been here. She is withdrawn and sad. We give her as much attention as we can, given that we have 1581 spirits on hand at the moment, but she wants more one-on-one attention. She loves hugs and she loves to sit on your lap.
She was ridiculed most of her childhood because she was a spoiled little rich girl. To add on to that, the kids in school would make fun of her because of her overbite, a crooked nose, and a wandering left eye. She found this vessel which shows two of her three "deformities", as she refers to them. She would lose herself in creating works of art with clay and/or with paint when she wanted to forget how cruel the kids were to her.
The vessel with Tiffany's spirit was gifted to a young girl 30 years ago, but the girl who had her didn't realize that all the good luck she had been having throughout her life was due to having Tiffany in her keep. She never heard her or saw her, but her sister did. Her sister tried to tell her that Tiffany was "alive", but she wouldn't hear of such nonsense. She finally gave the doll to her sister when she was 39 and her sister was 37. She told her since she thinks Tiffany is such good luck, she should have her.
The following week, her original keeper's luck ended. She got C0v!d, and she was out of work for 11 weeks due to complications that arose from the v!ru$. (Sorry, we have to type those words in code, or our listing could be removed). After that, she lost her boyfriend of three years to another woman, and she wrecked her car. Luckily, she was not hurt, but this all happened over the course of 18 months. We asked Tiffany if she had anything to do with the streak of bad luck the woman had, and she said she definitely did not. Her first keeper had her all her life, so she had good luck all her life. She said there has to be balance in everything, so she believes the universe is just giving her all the bad luck at once that she might have only suffered through over the course of her 30+ years if she hadn't been with her. This is food for thought guys. Plan to keep her if you adopt her! We encourage that anyway, but we wouldn't want the same thing to happen to you. The first keeper got her as a small child though and had her for over 30 years. That was 30 years of not having any bad luck at all. It had to snowball.
Her sister's luck changed for the better, of course. She won a bicycle in the first month of ownership, she got a grant for her business, and she met the man of her dreams. The following year, she won $82,000 on a lottery ticket, she got engaged, and she got pregnant with her son. There were numerous other things on the list that we can share if you wish, but we will send that info upon request to try to keep the size of this listing down.
Her son is afraid of Tiffany, however, so she felt it was time to find a new home for her. Tiffany tries to love him, but every time she leaves her vessel to give him a hug, he starts crying. We offered to keep Tiffany for a short while and maybe her baby boy will be open to Tiffany by then and not so afraid, but Tiffany's keeper felt she needed to let her go.
We currently have four Tiffanys here with us, so we have asked them each to provide either their middle name, their last name, or a nickname. Tiffany hesitated, and finally said she wanted to be called, "Tiffany Bella". We believe she just came up with that herself, by the way she hesitated. She also did not remark on Bella being her middle name or a nickname.
Tiffany's vessel is porcelain, and her outfit is adorable. She holds a paint pallet in her left hand, and there is a hole drilled into her right hand where there must have been a paint brush at one time, but we do not have the pain brush. You could probably create a makeshift paint brush with a match and some hairs from an artist's brush.
Her favorite colors are pink and green. She loves pineapple, baked chicken and lima beans as her favorite offerings, but she also likes peanut butter on toast, Oreos, chocolate milk, carnations and other pink flowers, paints and clay, pink crystals and candles, four leaf clovers, bright pink flowers, and watching fairy movies or looking at photos of fairies.