I have been forgetting to mention this project for so long that it’s already halfway completed. This is Through The Woods, which is a cabled hood.
Not a hoodie, just the hood. That’s how I have explained it to so many people that it has started to sound like the name of the . . . → Read More: The Hood Not A Hoodie Just The Hood
This week in Simming was pretty painful. For one thing, I felt like the game was on hold until some of the kids grew up (and I could make more). For another thing, it kept crashing, so I had to keep going back to the last save point and playing forward from there. It got so bad that I started saving every 12 Sim hours, at noon and midnight.
This morning I had a lightbulb moment, and updated Origin. I was then able to play for several hours without a crash. Coincidence? Hard to say.
Anyway! I started the week by hiring a butler to help out around the house.
I also learned that you have to keep up your relationship with the butler, or they may quit. I did not know this before. Which might explain why every time I’ve hired a butler in the past, one day they just… weren’t around any longer. Continue reading…
Last year I opened a Christmas card to find a holiday newsletter that went something like this:
Child A has become fabulously successful in the stock market and will soon retire early to live a life of leisure. Child B spent the year mountain climbing and setting world records. Child C is the . . . → Read More: Crowdsourcing My Entry In The Holiday Newsletter
The town Christmas Tree went up last week. I wanted to get some pictures, but I showed up too late – by 2:30PM Gilkey Square had just about lost the light.
I think of Gilkey Square as a big boring area, a miniature concrete wasteland at the main “T” intersection into town. But . . . → Read More: A Visit to Gilkey Square
It’s been a few months since the last Spidey Update. Most of the leaves it had at the time have continued to wither. But the newest two leaves have not experienced any withering.
Then again, this is the slow season for house plants. They may not go dormant over winter, but my experience with . . . → Read More: Spidey Update