AM: 171 Bells
PM: 307 Bells
I played last night in an attempt to repay my debt to Kokuto. That’s settled. So now I can work on gathering money for my house upgrade. It was a pretty night to play. The aurora was out.
I’m slowly working my way toward an edible house. Mmmm gingerbread.
My first Snow Daddy gave me nothing. I didn’t have the number. I hit on the second Snow Daddy. He gave me a bobsled. It would be really cool if I could get in it. But I can’t.
You’re saved from boiling today Snow Daddy! I don’t know about your useless cousin over to the east…
Kokuto and I are trading villagers. He got poison frog. I visited her last night. I’m getting Tangy who is not my favorite cat. She is supposed to look like a tangerine but she just looks pimply to me.
New villagers in this game act kind of like the wicked witch of the west. Since their houses go anywhere they can take out prized flowers or fruit trees. Tangy’s house landed smack dab in the middle of my long fruit tree promenade and wiped out a couple trees. Fortunately I have duplicates on the other side of the path. Kokuto wasn’t so lucky. His last resident landed on his only delicious apple trees.
I still haven’t heard anything about my first time capsule. Does it really take a year before they reappear? But Moe approached me with another time capsule request today. I actually read what he was saying so I understood that it would show up in the letters. Sometimes on the first go round of something new (like the igloo game) I freak out and a lot of it goes over my head. The next time I see it it makes sense. I don’t know why that is.
Villagers are rather rude in this game (IMO). One of them will have you deliver a package to another. The recipient will then sell whatever you give them to you on the spot. Or they’ll have you guess what’s in it and if you guess right just give it to you. I don’t mind because it’s win win for me, but geez that’s mean.
I got another couple of fossils together, so I made the brontotherium a friend.
I can’t bring myself to ditch the crown. But I bought a cute sweater and some grey tights to work on toning down the princess vibe.
Mostly I had townies come for coffee today. The third customer was an adorable bear. I love getting non-resident customers.