|Trick or treating: DD, DS, and DD's BFF|
Note: The DD wants to make it clear that although she is a girl and King Tut (pronounced, I'm instructed I should add, "TOOT" not "Tuht") was a boy, since her headdress is modeled on the one that was found in Tut's tomb, that's who she is. She is not, though she could have been, Queen Hatshepsut (Wikipedia Link!), because while she's "completely cool" it would have meant creating a completely different headdress (for which she had no pattern) AND making herself a fake beard, and that just wasn't in the cards.
My daughter apparently not only looks just like I did at her age, she thinks like me too. Which makes me a: want to apologize to my own mother over and over again and b: fear for the future. My future.
|Proof that I didn't just sit around and eat candy!|
For the rest of tonight I'm finishing up some technical edits - five, at least, and will get serious work done on a sixth. I'm thinking of doing a blog series on what are the most common things I "correct" or at least comment on in patterns. Would that be of interest to anyone but me?