I think my week off from blogging about Hanabi could be summed up quite easily: It snowed. I swear it snowed pretty much every day with brief intervals of heavy clouds and then more snow. I didn’t do too much last week, but here are the highlights.
Jingle of Course
Jingle’s first visit to Hanabi was a resounding success, but only because I saved and continued before delivering a couple presents. I thought I had enough info, but it turns out I didn’t. I didn’t know what color a couple things were, like the mini lamp. I thought it might have been white, but it’s gray, so I got Julian’s initial delivery wrong. Eep! And figuring out the color of the two wallpaper I had in my bag wasn’t easy either. In the end everyone got what they wanted. Jingle gave me a wreath and then sent me his picture in the mail.
I built my last hideous Frankenstein-like snow family where everyone except snowtyke was horribly misshapen. As a reward I got a sleigh. Now I’m on to building exquisite snowboys for the snowman set.
I had Saharah
I needed a lot of Saharah originals for Vella’s catalog so I let her remake the room…much to my dismay. Instead I took Vella over to Kasen yesterday and she cataloged all of Taiga’s Saharah set. Much easier.
I had Redd
I had Redd on Thursday last week, and he’s in town today. I didn’t need either of the paintings I bought. Last weeks was the neutral painting and this week’s is the wistful painting (Girl with a Pearl Earring)
I Managed to Unload My Turnips
Kasen had decent prices. I think 211? I didn’t wait to see if they would spike higher, I just sold. I was hoping maybe that would get me the gold turnip badge, but ever since I sold there hasn’t been a clear day in town, so no Phineas.
This week I only bought 900 turnips because I was feeling lazy.
I wasn’t expecting a delivery from Nintendo. They sent out Kadomatsu which are traditional Japanese New Year’s decorations. Seems a little weird sending it to the English games when no one knows what they are, but I was happy to get it and let Yumi catalog it anyway.
Sheldon Decided to Move
And I said “Go for It!” If only he had decided to leave sooner though because I had the most awesome camper that day.
大晦日 (oh-me-so-ka) New Year’s Eve!
Tomorrow is the New Year’s Eve countdown. I’ll be opening up Kasen (my Japanese town) from 10am-noon PST (GMT-8) so you can grab some Year-End Noodles. If you can’t make it at that time but you can later on in the day let me know and I might open up again in the afternoon. I’ll leave out the Sagittarius Bow and the Capricorn Ornament to catalog. I don’t know if European ACNL players got the Kadomatsu? I’ll try and put that out as well. And now I’ve got to go do some 大掃除 (oh-soh-ji) big cleaning in Kasen so the town is up to snuff for visitors. 🙂
良いお年を！ Happy New Year!