Ready for Anything

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Not me; oh my goodness no. But Badger is always up for… well, anything. Walk, cookie, chicken, chewy, play, brush, cheese… do you see a pattern here? The girl lives for food. Guess that makes two of us… 😉

Little People

When I fire up The Sims Arthur always comments on “your little people”. I never played with dolls growing up, always preferring horses and dogs and even cows to the play dates my mom set up. Barbies? Nah, too boring.

Yes, I even chose chores over plastic babies.

Anyway, I started playing the Sims with the first iteration and though 3 is my favorite, as usual I moved into 4 when it was released. New has to mean better, right? Not when you’re talking about sims. I know people who won’t leave Sims 2! And 4 is just a mo better version of 2.

Just some pictures because I’m stalling until it gets really hot til I go outside and work in the yard. Heh…

Dawn Roarke, who wasn’t at all sure she wanted to be a plant sim… but being a scientist, quickly got with the program. Dawn loves pink and usually has pink hair. Thought it funny she didn’t lose her pink eyebrows (probably because they’re custom):

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A female vamp whose name escapes me. Lost her during the last re-install.

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Julie in Oasis Springs, who had twins and was thus blessed with 2 toddlers at the same time… poor thing didn’t get a bath for days…

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…and some views of the city of San Myshuno, the part we can’t go to.. I miss Sims 3!

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Scorched Earth Style Gardening

Since the plumeria and graviola are a memory I figured ‘wot the hell, Archie?’ and undertook a full sweep. Zero fucks given.

The lilies are to be dug up and relocated where they aren’t so close together (Crinum hari-kari).

Those idiots behind me are probably regretting cutting my beautiful ivy down now… heh…

Lots still to do, obviously…