Last night we went to a friend’s wedding (and, y’all, her dress was adorable and perfect for an outdoor wedding AND IT HAD POCKETS and I died of jealousy and delight at that dress and then was revived by barbecue) and it was full of children.
The child I was sitting next to was trying to decide if dogs have a tooth fairy (no) and she was alarmed that the tooth fairy only ever brought me quarters. The tooth fairy brought her a doll with fairy dust on it, but the fairy dust did to make her fly (the girl, not the doll), which was kind of a bummer.
I tried to argue that it was for the best, because how could her mom come and rescue her if she was flying around and needed help.
Ah, but she thought her mom would be excellent at flying rescues, because she had been a lifeguard.
I don’t think you can argue with that. I can’t, anyway.
In unrelated news, here’s the third square of my afghan:
Each tiny square in the square is only three rounds. It’s so fucking delightful. You get that awesome thing in three fucking rounds.
So, my plan is that this square will fill the middle of the afghan and it will go something like this:
Tiny squares in the middle. A row or two of the flat flowers around that and then the big flowers on the outside. I’m a little nervous about the squares all being different sizes, but I figure this is what lacy joins are for.