The Case of the Missing Tutu

Sep
18

Exhibit A:
maiatutu
Photo: Brenda Goodall.


I let Maia out of the field to visit for a few hours toward the end of the last day of this past weekend’s retreat. She was wearing her tutu.

Then she wasn’t. And I’ve been looking for her tutu ever since.
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The “person of interest” in the tutu’s disappearance is not cooperating with authorities.

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on September 18, 2014  

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  1. 9-18
    2:03
    pm

    :happyflower:
    Maybe she knows that Autumn starts in a few days and packed away her tutu in hopes of something a little more in the way of fall fashions, you know how fashion concious she is. I would check her closet, it is probably hanging there next to her little black dress. ;)

  2. 9-18
    2:09
    pm

    Oh if that isn’t the face of innocence!

  3. 9-18
    4:40
    pm

    Hopefully she didn’t eat it!

  4. 9-18
    6:46
    pm

    Uh oh! Sounds to me like maybe someone’s a little tired of having only one frock and would like a new one in say lilac or even a light teal.

  5. 9-18
    7:39
    pm

    The turtle ate it! I see it there in the first picture. :turtle:

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