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Farewell Romany

Two in a row? I know, it's craziness. I'm organizing my pictures and realized I took these a while back and never shared them because I thought they'd come out better. Perfect.

But since trading away Carmen and changing Milosh to Raj Nirvana and possibly since I'm considering selling the caravan, and since Dani doesn't live in Grandville anymore...well, these shots struck a cord.

Taken right before Dani decides to leave Grandville and claim her birthright. I don't even know what the dialogue was. So I'm just gonna make stuff up.

He shall never farm this land again.

Carmen has stopped taking clients, but agrees to do one last reading for Princess Dani.

Though the cards were clear indicators of the good fortune to come, she asked Carmen to see what she could about love. Since her break with Felix and since she would soon be very rich, she wasn't sure she would find sincere love again.

"Three suitors there will be. One will be true. Do not rush your choice."

They give a farewell hug. "There are many Romany in Zolandia yet the laws there are archaic. Be good to my people and they will be good to you."

"Princess, there are many dark forces in Zolandia. You may have need of our aid."
"Thank you for your wisdom Carmen."

Goodbye and good luck Carmen and Milosh! 



Comments

  1. Dang, Milosh is fine. That is all I have to say...oh wait...that trailer is really cute! Bye Miloshhhhhh :-)

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  2. If I had enough space, I would buy that super cool caravan :-(

    Beautiful pics, thank you for sharing

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  3. Milosh looks like Johnny Depp

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  4. Aww, I am sad to see them go. This was my favorite couple and set up in Grandeville. Good luck, you two!

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  5. Your van is super cool! Carmen and Milosh made a great couple. Oh, well Que Sera Sera. Lol!

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  6. Congrats on finding these photos. Wish Carmen and Milosh the best. And Dani, too. Hope she finds true love in Zolandia.

    Love your setting and the van in it.

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