Lorne and Lonnie also adopted a spare heir, a baby boy I named Murderface.
The M generation’s childhood was largely unremarkable. Except for Murderface’s eyes as a child, which were an unsettling shade of gray.
Fortunately they turned a more normal color when he grew up. I guess it was Just A Phase.
No explanation for those eyebrows, though.
The usual things happened. Klango and Isabeau both died of old age. When Death came for Klango, he stuck around for a while to play with the family’s gaming goggles.
There was a requisite “party ruined by crying baby.”
Mandy grew up into one of the prettiest Alphabettis so far. And for once, I didn’t have to change a Sim’s hair or clothing from what the game chose.
And lots of fishing, as I continue to search for a Mysterious Mr. Gnome.
And Ronnie painted something that I genuinely liked.
Finally Mandy was a young adult, and could visit the graveyard after dark without running afoul of the curfew police. (Curfew violation seems to be the #1 focus patrol of police officers in Riverview.)
The ghost of Pete Kent caught her eye. It must be the Car Salesman Hair.
He softened up after some flirting and a strategic shoulder massage.
Mandy invited him home, where he agreed to an “amorous hug.”
But as soon as she tried to kiss him, the 5AM hour struck, and he vanished into an orange fog.
The look of surprise on her face is priceless!