I got a letter from Tom Nook about a rubber tree. He told me that it’s a “stunning offer”. I don’t think I’ve ever needed a rubber tree at a low price before, but okay…
A rose shirt and a Green Tie-die were in the dump. Funny thing is, I’m wearing a green
tie-die shirt right now!
Besides the rubber tree, there was also a Newton’s Cradle that I bought! I heard it banging as soon as I went to the second floor of Nookington’s.
I went to cut down a tree, but bees came out of it! There’s no medicine in this game, so you have to wait until the next day to get your stings healed.
I had a run-in with Candi who had recently moved to Columbus, my 2nd town. Villagers that move away due to train travel can sometimes show up at the town they moved from. She said that she would’ve thrown the biggest temper tantrum if I had forgotten about her, but luckily I didn’t.
Speaking of “Luckily”, I ran into Lucky who seemed to have himself under control today. He said that I looked terrible because of my bee stings…
I also ran into Amelia, who told me that my stings must hurt and called me a poor little pincushion!
No matte what I do, whenever I plant trees in Acre D-4 they always die. I suspect I may have hit the tree limit in the town, but the wishing well says that that’s what I have to do to get the perfect town status.
In September, there’s a million red dragonflies everywhere, so it’s pretty easy to make a bit of money.
I cut down a non-bee-infested tree so that I could plant an apple tree in its place. I have no clue why this game’s so nitpicky about where trees can and can’t be planted. It gets really annoying at times.
Last thing I did was to sell a fossil that I had from a few days ago. Tom Nook gave me 5,000 bells which was enough to overflow my bell count into the 100,000s! The final debt is really expensive, so that was really helpful with that. I paid off 100,00 more bells, now I have 429,047 bells left on my loan. Ouch…
That’s all for now. See you next time!