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Episode 15: Putting the pieces together

Daisy and her friends gather to go over the clues.
Daisy holds the two pieces of the photo
While her friends pour over maps in paper
. . . and online
The friends (and Annie) put their heads together
Looking at the front of the photo
Reveals a storefront with the words “Il giardino segreto” – The Secret garden (in Italian)
Looking at the back of the photo
Reveals that the photo is not of Nana, but of Nana’s shop

And, with that, Daisy finally has enough information to begin her journey. She has a grandmother, likely in Italy, with what appears to be a flower shop called “The Secret Garden”

Speaking of having enough information to make a connection, I’ve dropped a clue into one of these photos indicating that two of these characters are related. Can you find it and figure out the two characters and what their relationship might be? (I’m hoping the pictures aren’t too small to be able to see the clue clearly :))

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In my (almost) 60th year on earth I decided to set my fashion dolls free of their clothes and accessories and send them on adventures. This is your window onto my own adventure into a land of crafts where I have zero skills, talent or mentors. Wish me (and my dolls) luck!

3 thoughts on “Episode 15: Putting the pieces together

    1. I think it’s pretty hard to make out – the pictures are so small. In the first photo, there’s a picture on the wall showing “young Daisy” as shown in the newspaper clipping from a previous episode (my Disney Rapunzel animators doll with a curly wig) sitting with my James Franco Oz doll (who’s also the male adult figure in all of Rosie’s episodes). I’ll put them all together more explicitly in Daisy’s next episode.

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      1. I wondered if it was that picture but I didn’t understand the connection. I recognised him from Rosie’s adventure. Looking forward to seeing it all come together.

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