Another odd painting by Klango.
This week was all about whipping my little Sims to make money, so that I could continue building their house. With Olivia working at the science lab, Pascal climbing his way to the top of his musical career, and Klango painting a masterpiece every day, we were getting a pretty steady income.
But with the toddlers in the house, waking everyone up to be fed and changed, and their demanding schedules, everyone was getting stressed to the breaking point. Pascal couldn’t even stay awake long enough for the girls’ birthday.
Things got a lot better when the girls grew out of the toddler stage. The night after the party was everyone’s first decent night’s sleep since the babies were born.
With the kids going off to school all day, Klango had enough free time to start working on the garden.
He needs to grow more Life Fruit, because we ran out! And I don’t have any other way to keep him alive. I sent him back to the old Alphabetti house, to see if there might be some Life Fruit still growing in the garden.
Only Nick is left, and he is old. There wasn’t any Life Fruit growing, but he let Klango harvest sacks of money from the Money Tree that Mandy had cultivated, back when she was alive.
I had Klango prepare a nice Lobster Thermidor for dinner, as thanks.
But Nick took exception to Klango’s use of the kitchen, and kicked him out of the house. Whatever!
Back at home, construction is coming along nicely.
The kitchen is looking good, even if someone did leave a plate of rotting food on the island.
The entryway, with the dining room on the far side.
You can’t build a wall alongside stairs in Sims 3, which annoys me. It should have a solid wall on the far side of the stairs, not another railing. Oh well.
I’m pretty happy with the way the living room is going, as well. (I wonder if it’s starting to look familiar to anyone?)