While it was nice to finally have a relatively sedate week after all the chaos of the holidays, there’s still a Snake-sized hole in my heart…
Add to that my seeming inability to make snowboys correctly and the fact that no one new has moved in, and it wasn’t one of my favorite weeks in Geneva so far. There was one day when I got a little excited, only to have my hopes dashed… Make the jump and I’ll explain everything.
I’m still devastated that my boyfriend left me, but at least I now have his photo to remember him by. His good-bye letter read: “My eternal rival… Listen up! I’ve decided to go through with moving. Even if we live in different towns, we’ll always be rivals. Here’s something of mine to keep your motivated. Treat it right! – Snake” I treated it like Bam’s, putting it right next to his. Although if I start some kind of weird shrine to all my crushes who have left me by moving away in the night, that might be kind of creepy…
Can I just tell you how excited I am whenever I manage to make a perfectly shaped Snowboy? Which is not often! Seriously, I can make Snowmams and Snowmen with ease, apparently, but if I deliberately try to size the snowballs to make a Snowboy, there’s always something slightly off about him. I guess either the head is too small or too big. It’s super-frustrating. Especially since the Snowmen and Snowmams aren’t nearly as picky, it seems! At this rate, I probably won’t even be able to amass the entire snowman set of furniture before winter’s over!
I’d grown so used to seeing Frita and Olaf wandering around the shops that when I saw Stitches this week, it was like a breath of fresh air! I’ve always thought Stitches was adorable, and was sad that he didn’t stick around long, so it was nice to see him again. Also, it gives me hope that I’ll see some other old friends popping in to run errands. Nothing against Frita and Olaf, but seriously, move on already! Make room for other people!
I got a little excited to find Pete standing outside my front door, but the letter from Nintendo was just an alert on how you can get some of the previous rare items. Since I already have them, who cares? Then I always try to make conversation with Pete, but he rarely has anything interesting to say. I want some gossip about his crush on Phyllis!
I did manage to make two correctly-formed Snowboys this week, actually, and got myself this lovely snowman wall and snowman wardrobe. But as I said, my snowman room is looking pretty pathetic due to my pretty pathetic Snowboy-making skills!
I did finally achieve another bingo this week, having made a couple more Snowmen to get extra numbers. And this time my reward was a snow machine. Luckily, even if you switch it on, it doesn’t actually accumulate any snow inside your house. Which is good, because I don’t want to have to clean that up!
I then discovered that if you return to a previously-made Snowman after winning bingo, he won’t give you a new bingo card for another game. The last time, I had made a Snowman who gave me a card, so I didn’t realize that you couldn’t just get one like this. You actually have to make a fresh one and then they will give you a bingo card if you don’t already have one. Of course, you can then go back to the melting Snowman to get a number once you’ve got the new card. Who knew? Learn something new every day!
This week, it was also Tiffany’s birthday. Not that I would ever miss any of my townspeople’s birthdays, but since Tiffany is one of my favorites, I made sure to pick her out an extra-special present. Because she had such a trendy house, I bought her a sleek stereo to play her K.K. Rock on and wrapped it nicely…
Sadly, she was seriously unimpressed by it. And freaking Chow was her only other guest, which is really sad, because he’s so lame. And when she was opening my gift, he was all up in her business hanging face, which I thought was just rude. Meanwhile, Snake’s the one who moves away, and Chow lingers like a rash. Heck, even Limberg hasn’t made any more noise about moving away, and he wouldn’t shut up about it over the past month or so. Maybe he’ll start up again when someone new finally moves in, but that hasn’t happened yet. (Although I’m still hoping it’s Chow who vacates first!)