I had to laugh so hard at Pietro’s name for me. What even is that? I think that maybe I might call myself that IRL. Meanwhile, Pete is struggling out here trying to carry all the letters I send to my villagers. It probably doesn’t help that I’ve attached furniture to each. Pete’s gotta be swole by now, right?
I can’t tell you how hungry this conversation made me. I definitely plan on making some fluffy garlic mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving from scratch! I’d make some for Stella too.
I finally got Pascal to come through for the scallop I caught! What did he even give me in exchange. I can’t remember but I’m sure I sent it over to Tromavil where the mayor has a ship-themed room. Pascal always offers a piece of wisdom with his furniture. Is it true that he’ll put a fish with his other fish? I bet he actually eats them.
Lastly, we FINALLY got Katrina in our town! Cordero’s been open since the Spring so it’s nice to finally have Katrina moving in. Oh gosh, that reminds me, while Katrina is moving it, Bruce is in boxes TODAY on his way out. We loved having you as a neighbour and a friend, Bruce. Fortunately, if I ever need you back, I have your card in my trusty Animal Crossing card binder.
I previously enlarged the summer & spring images from the official Japanese site in order to make them perfect for wallpaper, & now it’s time to do so for autumn!
Since the 20th of last month, a lot has happened! Lopez celebrated another year alive with all his friends in Tromavil. He’s in good company with 8 other deer villagers & our honorary deer friend Stitches.
I’ve been noticing that in those days we had a lot of rainbows, in fact, there were tons of double rainbows to enjoy just before the grass, shrubs, and trees started changing a shade of green. They now have a little bit of a yellow tint to them making them lime green & I think they’re absolutely gorgeous.
Of course, with the hot days of summer now in the past, nearly every day has been a downpour. Thunder, lightning, & strong rains have been hitting all three towns, but that’s OK, I love the gyroids we find the day following!
August has come & gone & with it the loud cicadas & the Sunday fireworks shows. Early Monday morning the mayor walked around town to find Redd in his booth still but with the lights removed – a signal of the end of a season. It’s OK, we’re looking forward to autumn & Halloween!
I’ve updated my Amiibo collection! Here’s the Excel file: My Amiibo
Drawing eyes on top of her eyes as a fashion statement. I’m still trying to perfect winged eyeliner.