Currently playing The Goddard Legacy who have moved to Lucky Palms! Aidan & Sylvia ITF is currently on hiatus.
Works full-time, so atm I'll be updating when I can. Owns a horse and also writes a sims 3 story on Blogger called The Drifter.
Thanks for checking out my simblr! XD
Hank playing Fires in the Skies and winning.
Pauline is making more progress on her third novel. She submitted a few chapters after Violet’s birthday party and was paid $51. lol
Tiffany snoozing in her kennel and Noah reading in the lounge room down the other end of the house. I’ve decided to send him to University because I dunno what else to do with him and I don’t think he does either.
Opened my save of the Goddards last night and little Violet was playing with Patterns. Not sure how long this will last though, since James pretty much grew out of his after he aged up to a teen and Noah had no interest in one at all, but we will see. I think Violet might be different.
The Morning sun peaked through the half covered window. The wicker blind had pretty much stayed that way since they’d move in, since Reece had bagged that particular room.
He rolled onto his side, turning away from the light, from the brightness of the sun, from the warmth of it. Pulling the covers up over his head he sighed not wanting to be reminded it was a new day. Another day he couldn’t face, that he didn’t want to face. Another day he realized he would never see Claire again.
Over the last few weeks his room had quickly become a big sty. Chip packets scattered the floor, crumbs left uneaten which were now stale. Empty cans of coke left sitting on side tables, a ring of semi-dried sticky residue left on top of the table due to some spillage after the can had been carelessly opened. Piles of dirty clothes, socks, jocks, jeans and screwed up t-shirts had been thrown to the floor like some discarded piece of junk.
The death of Claire had rocked Reece badly and he was quickly developing an ‘I don’t care about anything’ attitude towards life. He found the guilt of being blamed for her death unbearable.
Excerpt from The Drifter, Pt 5 Chapter 10 - Thrice Blessed
Will and Eliza, the couple that started it all. The Drifter, that is. ;)
With Howard gone and Will still in high school, Will’s mother, Barbara had no choice but to sell her husbands fishing business and try to move on with her life with her two children. But Will vowed to never give up searching for his father and once he became a young adult he bought a boat and set sail on an endless search for, not a man who was just his father, but a man who was also his best friend.
Will sailed for a few years by himself and found nothing, but it wasn’t till he docked his boat at a small town called Sunset Valley that he would meet and discover the woman that would become the love of his life and his best friend.
More shots of Will fishing with his father, though in the present. The bottom shot is of Eliza, Will’s wife. She too was relieved and thankful to see Howard return and be part of Will’s life again.
Will and Eliza have always had a strong relationship but because Will never got over the tragedy of losing his father when he was a teen he harbored all his thoughts and emotions, and this sometimes put a strain on their marriage.
The first time Will ever spoke about the disappearance of his father to Eliza was at the end of their second date. This gesture of honesty and openness made Eliza fall deeper in love with him but it also made her feel a strong desire to stay and look after this man who was plagued by such a terrible tragedy so early on in his life.
Also from part four of The Drifter. Will as a teen fishing with his father, Howard.
They lived in a beach house on the bay. Will’s father owned and ran a small fishing business in town, his mother a doctor at the local hospital. One afternoon Howard took his boat out to sea for his weekly catchment of stock for his business, but he never returned. Water police searched and searched, Will even tried searching himself but no traces of his father or his boat were ever found.
Howard wasn’t rescued till many years later when Will was an adult and had a family of his own.
Some shots from a chapter in part four of The Drifter. Charlotte and her sister Pippa enjoy the swings while their father, Will, and grandfather, Howard, fish over by the water’s edge.
This chapter was about Will finally finding peace at the fact his father, Howard, was now back in his life. It was a chapter about family and these chapters are the ones that I enjoy taking shots for and writing the most. XD
Hey guys! How is everyone? Did everyone have a good week? My week wasn’t toooooooo bad. :)
The other night I went browsing through my old screenshot folders and did some reminiscing. This pic I did for a challenge ages ago for some sims forum that I can’t remember the name of. lol My bad. But I have seriously joined way too many sims forums over the years.
Anyways, this is Charlotte, a character from my sims story, The Drifter. While I was reminiscing I picked out a few shots that I might post since I haven’t got much else to post because I’ve been working on my sims story because…. I got my mojo back! XD