Now that Daisy has become a young adult, has maxed her gardening and fishing skills and has almost completed the “Freelance Botanist” career, it was time for her to think about her responsibilities. Being the founder of a legacy challenge didn’t mean she could just take her time to settle down.
Besides, when the neighbor also turned out to be a “cowplant lover,” wouldn’t this be a sign it was time to find true love?
Ned really liked Daisy. I mean, he really liked her. “Smitten” comes to mind. He constantly looked at her, glancing away when their eyes made contact. He even invited her over to show her his cowplant. Until now, he’e only had two loves: cowplants and Aileen Ravu (although his memory of Aileen was gone as were any of his prior life. That’s what happens when one’s job is
Redacted.) But here and now, Daisy had his full attention. She’d been finding Ned more and more attractive as well. His quirky sense of humor, his vast knowledge, his romantic gestures. She has even been dreaming about wedding bells.
It only makes sense that it does not take long for the two to become romantically involved. An awkward kiss and a few dates later, Ned decided there’s no time like the present to propose. Of course, Daisy accepted!