AM: 69 Bells
Welcome to the last post of 2012. This one is going to be short because I’m saving a lot of play time for the countdown tonight. Tomorrow’s post should be fairly lengthy depending on how the festivities go.
I think we should turn the Nook Brothers in to homeland security for the rocket they’re trying to pedal.
I love that K.K. album. You can test them out in the store before you buy them. I have it playing in my balloon room now. It’s something to the effect of “clear with sunlight filtering through trees”. I’m sure its official English translation will be much more succinct.
There’s a “simple” series in the game with very plain furniture. The wall clock belongs to that series. It’s the only piece I’ve gotten so far.
The plant looks like a tomato plant to me. It’s just called a “planter”. I want to put it outside, but something tells me it wouldn’t do very well.
In time for the new year I have a villager moving in just west of the rotating art and just east of Yuka’s house. According to the sign, the villager is Moe (ジンペイ). When I asked Kokuto about it I learned that he recently moved from Jisuna village, so he’s probably Kokuto’s Moe.
Shizue is watching the countdown clock. When I talked to her she gave me some end of the year soba noodles. It’s a Japanese tradition to eat soba noodles on New Year’s Eve. They supposedly help you to live longer since they’re so long…or something. Shizue made sure to tell me that unfortunately I couldn’t eat the noodles she gave me. They’re just for decoration.
Redd is working at the merch booth. He sells two different New Year’s hats, yellow and green. He also sells party poppers.
I decided the noisemakers I’ve been hoarding were completely appropriate for New Year’s Eve, so I’m just gonna run around blowing on them until midnight. See you in 2013!