I like to start from the beginning with things. Plus, your blog has been entertaining me while I’ve been waiting for my game to load/save. I’m just glad it didn’t come across as…creepy. (Hopefully not? haha)
Glad I could be of service. XD You weren’t being creepy! It was kind of nice, actually, because I’d forgotten about a lot of those pictures. :)
Wow! I can’t think of many people (that I know) that have actually completely a 10 gen challenge. When I checked out the Appleby tag with /chrono, I was saw that it took two years. Super inspiring. Any tips on sticking it out for 10 generations?
Gosh, thank you. That’s really lovely of you to say. *hugs*
My answer’s going to be a bit of a lengthy ramble, because I’m just so thrilled and proud of myself and am bursting with enthusiasm and I want to share it with anyone and everyone who’ll listen. XD
The table is set. Invitations have been sent. The past has been plundered, and pulled, and preserved. Now the rooftop lights are on, and oh do they shine.
Charlotte Perrault-Appleby is one Sim-day away from becoming a young adult. I am a few hours of gameplay away from completing my Perfect Genetics Challenge.
Until tomorrow, then.
Every so often, I think about how carefully EA selected their pet hunting “reject” objects to be trash, but also to correspond with the minor animals. Birds have stray feathers and might also push leaves to the ground when taking off from a tree. Rodents might lurk in potato chip bags. Snakes shed their skin.
I just really appreciate the little details.
Holy lemons, nutmegsims, are you going through my entire blog? XD I don’t think even I could be that dedicated. All your likes have made my day!
A quick, unedited (well, cropped) screenshot of Margot Morrow testing out some new content. I ACTUALLY GET TO PLAY TOMORROW BECAUSE I HAVE THE DAY OFF. I AM EXCITED. :D :D :D
Aw. *tackleglomps Hayley*