Sad Greetings to you all,
The week started out so well. Honor got to work right away in the garden.
She even took a trip to Sixam to acquire some alien plants.
Well on her way to fulfilling her aspiration she became carefree and went to hang out in Willow Creek with some of her teenage friends.
While there she acquired cuttings of Lilies and Roses from the community garden.
She has been trying to get healthier after the week of birthday cake by exercising while she watches shows on healthy cooking.
Tuesday she ran out of time before heading to school so I took care of the garden for her.
Jared has become quite a skilled dancer.
All three children came home with an A that day.
Typical teenagers, they can’t even be bothered to sit down. They just eat leftovers right out of the fridge.
I decided to experiment with my new ice cream maker.
Honor and I shared a bowl of diet Ice Cream.
Honor grew a cowplant, although we sent it to storage, and by the end of the day Wednesday she was a freelance botanist.
That night I began helping her paint.
Tragically, the next morning, the time we all dreaded came for three of my old friends at once. None of us were in time to attempt to save Ulrike.
I pleaded with the reaper for Estevan, but he refused me.
Even Honor with all her charisma was unable to get mercy for Anthony.
Honor painted a truly gruesome sad painting about the event.
To cheer herself up she started the Teen Dreams club and had a gathering at the museum.
When she came home she began working on Excellent paintings.
Once she had completed that she began trying to get masterpieces to become a painter extraordinaire like Jared and I.
Since Benjamin has become a service cashier, Elizabeth wants a job as a barista so she decided to work on her mixology skill.
Once she had the skill level she felt she needed she applied for an open Bean Blender position and was accepted.
With a couple of masterpieces under her belt Honor suggested I should step down as leader of the Legacy Club so she could lead it into the future.
She immediately invited three of her teenage friends to join.
I know she is right. She and her friends are the future of both the club and the family. But it still hurts to see my friends replaced. I ended up outside watering the garden with my tears.
Things got a bit better after that. Soon Honor had learned to be Expressionistic.
She then proved to be shrewd by going downstairs to our storage room to sell most of the stored paintings.
Now she is working on her third song. She wants to be a musical genius like her father.
We have been shamefully neglecting our art gallery. We really need to open it sometime this next week.
Lot Value: $295,823
Weekly Bills: $8,527
Cash Reserves: Household – $1340,321; Business – $110,431
Current Score: 35 of 101
11 potions of youth stored.