The second (of four) fireworks festivals was held tonight. Since I’ll probably miss the next two, I made sure to play tonight. Tortimer was outside of town hall, handing out sparklers and roman candles.
To keep up with my annual tradition, I burned Tortimer’s back with a roman candle. 😛 It’s part of his turtle wax routine, although I didn’t use a bubble wand to soap him up. Megan used to help me out with that part. 😛
Tangy was nearby, and she told me that she takes advantage of the fireworks’ loud noises to scream anything she wants. For example, she told me that she really loves ****! 😮
I walked over to the bridge and watched the fireworks for a little while.
I was happy to see that someone was finally wearing a bikini! It was my newest neighbor, Midge. Now it would be really funny if Tank started wearing it.
Aside from the fireworks, I also used tonight to catch some bugs. As much as I hate to say it, summer is winding down. With only two and a half weeks of August left, I wanted to make sure I spent a little time bug-catching before it’s too late.
I caught about 60,000 bells worth of bugs (well, that included a shark as well). I put my money into the bank, and that brought my balance up to 30 million bells!
You may want to check out the fireworks at least once before August ends. And enjoy the rest of your summer. 🙂
Today, Tangy told me she needed a Peking Man in her life.
So I went up to her house and peeked in her window. Nah, she wanted a fossil…a specific fossil. And she wasn’t the only one with an overly specific request: Opal asked me for a ptera left wing. As you might have guessed, I was unable to fulfill either of those requests today. In fact, I didn’t even find a fossil to dig up!
There was a new house in town, and it belonged to Midge the bird. She just moved in today. I know birds often eat insects, so I wonder if Midge eats midges.
When I visited Poncho, he was talking about the summer heat and how he loves tanning. But would he even get tan? Or would he just turn a darker shade of blue?
Speaking of summertime, I’ve noticed that (unfortunately), none of my villagers have started wearing bikinis yet! I thought at least one of them would be wearing a bikini by now.
When coming out of my house, there’s something that often catches my eye and tricks me for a split-second. Look at the top-right corner of the following picture, between the bulletin board and town hall.
It almost looks like a rainbow. But it’s just the stripes on the side of Nook ‘n’ Go. Still, it catches my eye pretty often.
I turned the game off for a couple hours, but returned later on. There was a meteor shower going on, and Kitty joined me on the bridge to watch them.