Friday, May 24, 2013

Military Dad makes daughter a camouflage prom dress

I know this an old story but I think it is timely for Memorial Day as this girl will have this dress to cherish for all time as a reminder of her father and something to pass on to her little girl in the future.


When Wisconsin teen Mariah Herron found it too hard to track down the camouflage prom dress of her dreams, she turned to her own fairy godmother: her father.
Not content with the fluffy pink dresses her peers at Marshfield High School were sure to wear, Mariah, 17, sought a dress that reflected her individuality and affinity for hunting and wielding power tools, the Marshfield News-Herald reports.
Unable to find the right dress in stores, Mariah asked her father for his help.
"My dad is pretty good at making things, but making a dress -- that's different," Mariah told the paper. Her father, David Herron, learned to sew while serving in the military.

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