Joan wasn’t particularly kind on Sunday. I bought 2,000 turnips for 99 bells apiece. 頑張ってね！
AM: 120 Bells
PM: 69 Bells
AM: 64 Bells
I’m getting worried already…
Sunday, Day 109
I didn’t get to play much on Sunday. There was too much drama and intrigue trying to get the cops to haul off my (literally) crazy downstairs neighbor. But she should be gone for at least a few months now.
I sold my defunct bingo card to a reluctant Lisa at R. Parkers for 120 bells.
Lillian wanted me to collect signatures to form a crash diet club. Though I’m concerned about the body images of my villagers I agreed anyway. I almost forgot to go over to Jisuna village and collect the 6 signatures. Sadly Kokuto’s villagers seem to have the same bad body image as mine because they all signed.
New Town Projects
I’ve had a few townies say they want me to put items in lately. I haven’t added any, but I’m thinking about putting some of the illumination items in in the near future.
I got to play this morning riding the Caltrain. I almost feel Japanese except that I think the Caltrain is a shabby ancient approximation of a Japanese train and I never get street passes while riding it…
Oh! Speaking of Japan. My husband and I purchased tickets to Japan yesterday, so it’s official. We’ll be there from April 2-16. I don’t know where we’ll be yet because we haven’t booked hotels, but we plan to travel around.
Obviously I plan on visiting 7 Eleven to get the two items that will be out while I’m there, but I was a pokénerd before I was an Animal Crossing junkie and I’ve already looked into what Pokémon are being distributed at the time as I intend to hit up at least one Pokémon Center. It looks like they’ll be giving away Junichi Masuda’s Deoxys and if I stop at Nagoya’s Pokémon Center, a shiny level 99 Magikarp is given away because of the Pokémon Center’s reopening.
I’m sure I’ll do more than revel in Nintendo geekdom while in Japan, but I’m still excited about that aspect of my visit.
I have two villagers who want me to get them stringfish! I don’t think it’s going to happen, but I agreed to it. Foolish me. I should just tell them to fish out their own stringfish.
Yay! The March issue of Nintendo Dream has very clear pictures of counterfeit vs. real paintings and fortunately I had it in my backpack to consult while on the train. I thought I already had the original he was selling, but after perusing my museum it seems I don’t. Yay! I love new art. If only he had more than one legitimate painting so I could buy them with other townies…I wonder if I raise my feng shui…