Has been an astronaut, a ballerina and a surgeon, and now has been reborn again, as an architect.
Mattel's latest addition ti its 'I Can Be' line comes with a blueprint holder - in pink - a hard hat, and high-heeled boots - and is available to buy from Autumn. - (01/03/2011)
And going back to the subject of food (and drink) ......
Tired drivers could be revived by the aroma of coffee being wafted into their cars though technology developed by Renault.
It is one of a number of invigorating smells being developed in co-operation with L'Oreal, the cosmetics company.
"If it makes drivers think they are awake, that is a good thing," said Andrew Howard, the AA (Automobile Association) head of road safety. "But to really tackle fatigue, you do have to drink a cup of coffee." - David Millward (0/03/2011)
Having two family members who both liberally cover everything in tomato sauce (you know who you are) I don't know if I was pleased or dismayed to read the following articles.
Eating cooked and processed tomatoes is healthier than consuming them raw in salads, a study has found.
Tomatoes can help reduce the risk of cancer, osteoporosis and cardiovascular disease and do most good when tinned or processed in sauces and ketchups. - (03/03/2011)
Not content with the traditional tomato ketchup?
HEINZ INTRODUCES NEW KETCHUP after deciding its much-loved ketchup could do with a more refined taste - and has added balsamic vinegar to the mix. - Harry Wallop (05/03/2011)
Nothing sweet about this woman.
A woman wrecked a shop because it did not have her favourite flavour cupcake.
Staff and customers ducked for cover as she smashed plate-glass display units and knocked down shelves.
She threw cupcakes at staff and shoppers and then dived behind the counter to grab the shop owner by the hair. The woman, who had two young boys with her, went on the rampage in Cardiff, Wales, after being told the shop had run out of £2.20 sweet tooth fairy cakes which are made of an assortment of flavours topped with candyfloss. - (03/0302011)
Not the worlds most observant parents or just too trusting?
A young health worker built a cannabis farm in his parents' house after they agreed to respect his privacy.
Aaron Hazard, 26, duped his mother and father by creating 'a sophisticated and comprehensive growing regime' in his attic bedroom.
Despite the smell his parents were unaware of the 162 plants at the top of their £350,000 rural barn conversion. - (03/03/201)
(Singing) I'M FOREVER BLOWING BUBBLES,