Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary 2/11/17
Yeah, this week I got stung by bees. Sigh. And I didn’t even mean to shake the tree in the first place! I was trying to water some flowers around the base of the tree and missed! Grrr. Also this week, I reached a milestone, two of my BFF’s tried to move, and I struggled to do a good deed. Read on!
This week I reached an even thirteen million bells in my savings account. That’s kind of ridiculous. I feel like I should do something with all that cash. Like to to the store and buy one of those crazy expensive furniture sets. But I really like my princess decor… What to do… what to do…
So my mom sent me a letter with a “stache and glasses” which is one of those cheesy pairs of glasses with a mustache attached to it. But not only do I not remember sticking a crayon up my nose, it’s definitely not up there now, so I don’t need her weird disguise. Was this her weird idea of a joke?
Tiffany tries to move away every so often. I mean, she’s been living here for ages, so it’s no surprise she’d want a change of scenery. But Geneva wouldn’t be the same without my hooker bunny, so I’m going to keep her around for as long as I can!
I thought I was digging up a fossil, but it turned out to be the time capsule I’d buried for Mallary. Oops. Luckily, when I brought it to her, she told me she was going to ask me to dig it up anyway. Well, at least that’s what she said. She might just have been trying to make me feel better.
Inside was a kiddie chair and a letter that read: “To the future me, Why did I want this buried? It seems so… yesterday. But if you wait a while, junk always become retro, right? When I get it back, I bet it’s going to be SO chic! With love, past Mallary.” I guess she thought the kiddie chair had become retro trendy or something after all, because instead of rewarding me with the item that had been buried in the musty time capsule as they usually do, Mallary gave me a coconut palm instead. So… thanks, I guess?
I felt terrible when Tiffany asked me to help her with a petition. See, when people ask me to do favors for them, I always agree to it, even if I have no intention of following through. Like when they ask me to get them a specific kind of fish. I’ll say yes just to appease them, and then I don’t do it, but they never say anything about it, so I figure they just forget they wanted one in the first place. But I can’t agree to do a petition because these days there just aren’t any towns I can easily travel to. So I had to turn Tiffany down, and she was so disappointed. I felt terrible.
Well, Deli said he couldn’t find the energy to track down Agent S, but he came bounding over to me just as soon as he caught my eye! So he’s just a big faker. Or seriously lazy. Or both. Whatever. I agreed to help him out, and I can see why he didn’t want to do it himself. Agent S was nowhere to be found. And I looked everywhere! So he had the right idea.
While I was wandering around town over and over again looking for Agent S, Lopez caught my attention and told me he wanted to move. Obviously I shut him down on the quickfast, but that wasn’t what weirded me out. I always make a point of at least making eye contact with my villager friends even if I don’t actually speak to them. Because sometimes when you catch their attention they ask you to do favors or come up with a new catchphrase or something like that. But most importantly, they’ll alert you if they’re planning to move. Now earlier, I’d walked by Lopez multiple times and he didn’t say anything, but then suddenly he did. Which freaks me out because now I’m afraid I’ll pass by somebody just the once and they won’t mention it, and then they’ll move away without me being able to try and stop them!
In the end, I had to go home for a while and then pop into town again later so maybe Agent S would be around and not wherever she was hiding out earlier. It was getting super frustrating. And sure enough, I ran into her almost right away. It turned out that the present Deli had asked me to give to her was actually a present for me, which seems like a roundabout way to do things, but hey, I’m not a super hero squirrel. It was just a blue flannel shirt, so I smiled and thanked her, then sold it at Re-Tail. Meh.