If it weren’t official before, it’s official now – EA owns my soul. Yes, I’m playing Sims 3 on my desktop, and my freshly-received Sims Medieval on my laptop. It’s a good way to live. ^__^
Of course, that means that I’m going to go zone out and hide from the world, ’cause really… I woke up on the wrong side of the bed today and am not feeling that clever. Which is why, of course, you get a Legacy blog today – bwahahahah!
Now, our Petra married Don Lothario; he’s my chosen one for when I play games in Riverview. As he doesn’t have a job or an aspiration that I’m inclined to fulfill, I’ve had him writing novels at the library. Yes, Petra is there too – being pregnant, she’s not allowed to come to work at current. And actually, right after I took this picture, they ran off to the hospital… I hadn’t realized she was quite that far along. But she was, and quickly gave birth to their first child, Pamela – welcome home! Petra had initially decided to have the crib in their room, but then thought better of it and had a new room built on the other side of the house for the kiddo. I suspect that it’ll be for the best all in. 😉
As for Medieval… whee! I can totally understand why one of my best friends was taunting me with it. I mean, besides the fact she’s got personal privilege to be mean and taunty in that way that only best friends can, hee hee. I’ve only done a couple of the quests thusfar, but strong things in its favour include the combination of open-ended ‘neighborhood’, and the fact that you’re switching between various PCs… and that your other PCs are off doing their own thing in the background. I’ve yet to spot any pregnant Sims, and I don’t think that Melanie did either, but perhaps there will be other random pregnancies in later patches. For the exact moment, I’ll just be happy if my merchant’s wife, Brunhilda, pops a out squalling brat or two…
Anyways, back to Sim-sanity. 😉