I found today’s snowballs pretty close to each other, so I decided I should make a snowman. But as I was rolling the snowballs to build them up, I spotted a shooting star up in the sky. There’s a meteor shower tonight!
So I wished upon the star. This isn’t the first time I’ve seen a shooting star in Wild World, but it is the first time I’ve successfully made a wish.
I then continued rolling the snowballs to build the snowman. He was perfect, so he’ll be sending me a gift in the mail. But was he unhappy about one thing: He couldn’t see a snowlady anywhere around. Sorry, but you’re all alone here. *cold chill*
I found a note in a bottle down on the beach, and it was a description of what Heather Smith did on her summer vacation. Of course, this game doesn’t have any online connectivity, so this had to have been put into the game by Nintendo. Is it based on a real person (perhaps a relative of a Nintendo employee) or is it completely bogus? We may never know.
Gracie was standing near her car outside of town hall tonight, and I had a quick chat with her. She was asking if I came to try for a fashionista badge, but I said no. I’ve already earned mine, so I didn’t bother sticking my neck out to try again.
Static asked me for a new catchphrase to replace “tsk tsk” (which he got from Yuka–what a bad influence she is). So I told him to say “unlike you.” It’s a phrase I’ve used before in other Animal Crossing games, and it can result in some funny sentences.
Pudge asked me for a fossil, so I gave him one that Blathers just identified for me. Pudge was standing behind Gracie near town hall, and he was impressed with the mammoth skull.
He only gave me a floral wall in return, which is a pretty disappointing trade for a large fossil.
I then went inside of town hall to make a mortgage payment. I was able to pay 30,000 bells this time, and I only owe 13,000 more! Hopefully I’ll be able to pay that off on Saturday (if I remember to play before Nook’s store closes, at least). I hope to see you then!