We continue on Day 8 of my Animal Crossing expedition... The bridge has been completed and after coming out of debt of paying for a house expansion, I put myself into debt once more and had it made even bigger! It’s worth it. My hammerhead shark, Sally, needs more space.
If you can't treat me with respect, the problem isn't me.
We pick up on Day 4 of my Animal Crossing journey... Today I was allowed into the Happy Home Showcase. I was greeted by a dog-man named Digby. Now, I tried not to jump to conclusions and assume just because he was a dog he had some relation to my secretary, Isabelle, but as it turns out, they’re twins.
I have entered a new town called Citytown. This sounds like a legitimate, well-grounded town. I think I have made a wise decision. I arrived late at night to be greeted by strange animal-human hybrids. Not only this, but they have dubbed me their mayor. This is awkward. Nevertheless, I accepted their offer to run the town and I know they are in good hands.
I’ve had such a hankering to play the Sims again recently. It’s been a favorite of mine since my middle school days, but unfortunately, my Sims 3 disc isn’t reading correctly and I’ve been unable to play it. Until I can get it working or find a new copy, I guess all I can really do is write about it in this Throwback Thursday Nostalgic Nerd story!
This was an old writing exercise that I did in my creative non-fiction class in college. The assignment was to make up a story about a stranger you’ve seen. I saw a boy on the train coming home from classes one day with a giant Arlo plush, punching its head like a punching bag. I had also just seen the movies a week or so prior, and I wasn't so fond of the film. It wasn't awful but quite disappointing for a Pixar film. I couldn't help but think that kid who was punching Arlo's head thought the same thing.