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 started a picture room in the museum. I’m running out of room for them in my house.
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.
Yes you are! Next to your perfect little brother. 🙂
Note: 3 perfect snowboys pictured. Smug mode.
I had Saharah
I don’t know what look she’s going for.
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.
He’s still up for grabs if anyone wants him.
I’m just gonna stick you in my closet and you can move in on the 2nd ok? OMG you’re so cute!
He does this to me every day. He sighs and then tells me about his moving out. It’s taking all my willpower to make him go.
You’re not nearly as cute. Can I have the hamster back?
OMG stop making me feel guilty. You wanted to move!
å¤§æ™¦æ—¥ (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 å¤§æŽƒé™¤ (oh-soh-ji) big cleaning in Kasen so the town is up to snuff for visitors. 🙂
è‰¯ã„ãŠå¹´ã‚’ï¼ Happy New Year!
P.S. I received a US copy of Animal Crossing New Leaf from Nintendo. Thanks, Nintendo!