Today is Mother’s Day, and I got a letter from Mom. She sent me a pink carnation to celebrate the occasion.
I went into Nookling Junction, and Tommy told me that they’re having a preremodeling sale. So tomorrow, the store will be closed for remodeling, and it will reopen on Tuesday as a bigger store.
I then went next door to check out the new building. It’s a garden shop.
They sell flower seeds, saplings, and watering cans. This clown-like sloth named Leif works there. This shop is very small; I wonder if he ever feels like a mime trapped in a box.
Next, I decided to take a trip out to the island. First, I tried the Easy Item-Matching Tour. By digging up buried items, you must match pairs of identical items. And you can only hold one item at a time, so it’s a memory-based game. I completed the game and won a Gold Tortimer award and six medals.
After that, I tried a beetle-catching tour. I caught nine beetles and won another Gold Tortimer award and six more medals. I didn’t go on any more tours after that, but I did a little fishing and bug-catching on the island. Once I returned to town, I sold my catches and I earned enough to finish paying off my face-cutout standee.
On my way to town hall, I talked to Fuchsia. And again, she called me girlfriend. I introduced her to my net.
I really don’t know why her default catchphrase is girlfriend. Hello, Nintendo, there are guys that play Animal Crossing too! Once I got to town hall, I first talked to Isabelle across the counter to report Fuchsia’s bad language. She said she’ll take care of the problem (by washing Fuchsia’s mouth out with soap). Good.
And once I sat down at my mayor’s desk, Isabelle confirmed that my face-cutout standee will be completed tomorrow. Hooray!
Thank you all for reading! I’ll be back with another update tomorrow! 🙂
UPDATE: I redeemed my two play coins for a fortune cookie. I got fortune #41, which was good for a Wii Balance Board!