Oh this was quite a busy week in Narnia. We had a major holiday, some potentially good news, and the usual silliness. Let's waste no more time and jump right in!
I know that Tom Nook changed his store to suit my suggestion that people would prefer better hours instead of a better selection (I know I do!), but I can't help but feel like he's a little bit shamed to be back in this cheesy outfit after wearing that snazzy suit for so long running the big department store version. But then I remember that he's the one who put me into heavy debt over and over again when I first moved here, and I take a little bit of pleasure in seeing him like this. Is that so wrong?
Wait... is Derwin telling me he wants to play doctor?
Don't worry, Mom. The same thing happens to me all the time. Although I have to say that I don't usually pick up the Five Guys during my run...
Yes! Yes! Violet came running over to me and I was about to run in the other direction to ignore her as I usually do, but then something made me stop and wonder if she might be trying to get my attention to tell me she was going to move. And she did! I told her good luck and don't let the door hit you on the way out (okay, maybe not that last part), but unfortunately, by the end of the week, she was still lingering like a bad smell. I don't know what else to do to get rid of her!
It was time once again for Thanksgiv er, I mean the Harvest Festival. The Mayor had tables set up outside of City Hall like usual, and lamented that the guest of honor hadn't shown up yet. That would be Franklin, the turkey. I've always wondered if that makes the bird residents cannibals. Anyway, you're supposed to go around and take the knives and forks to deliver to people but give them to Franklin that way he doesn't get eaten. And in exchange, he gives you a piece of the Harvest furniture set. But since I already have all of the furniture, I don't bother trying to save him anymore. Gosh, I hope he made it through the Festival okay!
I know this sounds silly, but think about it... how else could they see where they're going?