I might have overreacted a bit to that conversation with Grim. We packed up the next day and moved halfway across the Simworld to a new townhome in downtown Aurora Skies.
Though I have to say that the view was amazing.
We settled into the basics of moving in. Like picking the baby up off the driveway.
And laying out new food for the cats.
This place had space for a nice large nursery. Franklin would have all kinds of things to play with when he was finally able to move on his own.
The place was kind of a fixer upper. Somebody was trying to turn it into a graveyard. Not sure why they thought that was a good idea.
The sight of the weeds and human remains made me feel kind of sick.
I didn’t let my traitorous stomach keep me from making this place nice for us to live in. I had a son to think about.
One of the first things William did was set up his easel.
Singularity found plenty of vermin to stalk. That says great things about the neighborhood, I know.
After a hard day moving in, William and I found time to relax with a little juice pong.
Mum didn’t some cleaning up. It’s like my real mum was kidnapped and replaced with someone else.
And Mama got to know the neighbors.
I can tell folks are going to love us in this town.
It didn’t take us long to find our routines.
I made sure that William and I had some new options for, you know, private time.
Oh yeah, and the ghost doesn’t like our dishwasher. She could just MOVE OUT you know.
I think we’re going to like it here.
Fights: 1 + 1 = 2
Hetal is a menace in her old age.
I couldn’t think of a good way to put this in the story, but the deal with the house is that we got one of those rare move-in challenges where the lot was once a graveyard. It had some random gems to collect, was overgrown with weeds, and had graves with ghosts around. We tried to get rid of the ghosts and eventually called the ghostbuster.