Animal Crossing, though!
Let's see... did some fishing last night. Also, the BF caught a thing which ... I am REALLY GLAD I didn't bump into this. God, the streets aren't safe at night. He suggests I should implement a "wildlife shouldn't try to eat you" ordinance and FRANKLY I'D LOVE TO because I don't want scorpions and shit leaping at me in the middle of the night.
When I wake up, Isabelle lets me know the new store out on Main has opened, so that's a thing we'll be stopping by later. I also check my mail. Bertha has... mailed me a "homework set". Bertha, did you just mail me your homework? Am I supposed to grade it and send it back? I plop it down on the floor for a look. It's a couple books and a pen. Bertha I don't know what I'm supposed to do with this. Confused, I tuck it away for safekeeping.
Over at the board, there's an interesting message...
I'll try to get some screens of that, if it's worth checking out. It sounds cool. I also wander by to check out the balloon arch taxpayer money paid for, and by taxpayer I mean MY. It is, as advertised, an arch made out of balloons. I intended to be kind of a gateway to the bridge, but I wasn't allowed to put it closer and it ended up being off-center. Oh well. Here in Adoravil our town motto is "Meh, close enough."
Let's get this arch broken in proper-like.
POSE. Okay it's open. Everyone can use the arch. Go about your business. WHAT TO BUILD NEXT, HMM. I could build a police station, or a new bridge, or the Dream Suite... No. No, I know what I want. I know what I can't live without any longer.
Yes. I set this into action at once. I drop about 49,000 bells towards it right off, then I start the important part of the campaign rolling.
Sigh. Well, that oughta do it. If I don't get any donations after that, I'm just going to have to... fall asleep because I don't have any coffee. God I could use some coffee. I wander dazzledly around town in a coffeeless haze, until I walk smack into... ... What is this?
Well, yes, OBVIOUSLY it's a tent. Whose? I don't know! That's not Redd's tent. I poke my head in to see s'up.
OH. Hey, Katrina. Katrina the fortune teller ... is... that's what she is. She's Katrina the fortune teller. She tells fortunes. I... there's not a lot to elaborate on there. So what's MY fortune? I plunk some money down and she brings my star matrix into view. Did I pick the "Star Matrix" level schema?
Is it too late to switch to the sphere grid or license board? ... Is "sphere grid" kind of silly now that I think of it, given that grids involve lots of squares traditionally? Could you make a grid out of spheres?
Oh, crap, is Katrina still talking? Yes she is.
... I... I don't know what just happened. I have to get my bottoms dotted? Do I own any dotted bottoms?
... can we just pull out the tarot next time, Katrina? Maybe some gyromancy? ... I head home to see if I own any bottoms that are dotty. I do not. Let's check the Able Sisters. No, no dotted bottoms there, either. I do however find Sparro, who is happy to dispense tips about...
I don't know what he's talking about. No one knows what he's talking about. I think he's playing Metal Gear Sparro.
I also stop in at the new SUPER T&T MART. It's very very roomy!
Meanwhile, Mallary is ... unusually interested in my head. Which you cannot see. You also cannot see Mallary. My new hat is HUGE.
Maybe I will just wear this hat forever.
Speaking of which. You can go diving while wearing a top hat.
Every day there is something new to learn about Animal Crossing.
I elect to skip Dr. Shrunk today, because I cannot deal with his weird screamy pink head right now. Later perhaps.
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