What a grand occasion, Raggedy Ann turns 100 in September of this year. You are on a blog entitled Raggedy Kingdom and if you've followed it at all, you will note lots of references to Raggedy Ann. FYI, Andy turns 100 in 2018.
My interest in Raggedy Ann has been a little sporadic over the years, but started very early in my life. My first Raggedy Ann met with a biter end. I was very young (about 3) and left here outdoors over the winter. When my mom was raking the leaves and other stuff out from the plants in the spring, she was found. She was way past the point of being fixable.