^ Does Karen mention anything about being jealous of David Michael's closeness with Watson in this book?
Not in this book, but in the very first LS (Karen's Witch) I distinctly remember, in Karen's description of her two families, her saying something like "Sometimes [DM] thinks he's so great, just because he gets to live with my daddy all the time."
That could be taken as veiled jealousy.....forgetting, of course, that DM technically never HAD a dad, since Patrick ran away when he was only a few months old.
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Post by LadyDruscilla on May 3, 2020 6:30:31 GMT -5
One of my favorite books..feel neither Karen or David Michael was totally right or totally wrong..I agree that David Michael was pesky and I could see why Karen didn't want him at her school..she was definitely mean to tease him..looking at it on a neutral scale though it was probably karma..considering all the times he teased her."coughKaren'sBirthdaycough"..and that part where he asks for a cupcake and she says no because they were strictly for the class party and she explodes when he begs her and Nannie admonishes her for it..first of all, she had a right to say no since she had a good reason..I don't know how many there were but suppose one of the students had to go without because of his begging? Her response to his begging is how I feel most times..no means no..he just wanted what she had, which is greed..then again, I don't like when people beg for no good reason and it's very annoying when people don't take no for an answer. In the end it was nice when she decided to be nice and even admit to the jealousy.