Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary 2/24/24

Chris Eades
3 min readFeb 24, 2024

Dear Diary,

Well, thankfully things calmed down this week. Last week was ca-razy! But I was still pretty busy anyway!

Things kicked off with helping to make peace between Ace and Muffy. I delivered his apology gift, which turned out to be a dotted raincoat. Not really Muffy’s style, but I shined her on to help smooth things over. I’m not sure whose friendship I strengthened with this act of kindness, but I’d hope it’s both of them… since I still don’t have either of their pictures!

After the craziness of last week I finally had a little free time to go do a shift at Paradise Planning. Piper here wanted a soothing spa where she could hear the ocean, so that’s what I gave her. She seemed to like it, so yay, I guess? Although I’m getting the impression that as long as you include the items they require to be there, you could do whatever you want and they’d still think it’s fantastic!

I was surprised to get a refund on some Nook Miles I’d spent a while back. I didn’t realize that working for Paradise Planning would automatically get me the Pro Decorating License. Not that I ever really used it, but it’s nice to know Tom Nook can issue a refund when appropriate! Honestly, it’s kind of a surprise to me!

Robin tried to move away again and I shut it down again because I still don’t have her picture. She seems really anxious to get out of here, and I’d be happy to set her free, but the price is one picture. Come on, Robin… give it up!

Ugh. I wasn’t crazy about the nickname “touchdown” when Ace proposed it, but I went along with it because since he’s a jock it sounded reasonable coming from him. But this week, Apollo wanted to use it, too. And now it’s sounding a bit odd. But I didn’t want to tell him no because then I’d have to come up with something else and that’s somehow more annoying?

At the end of the week we had a camper and I was just absolutely delighted to run into Poncho. I haven’t seen him in years! He’s still just as adorable, but like all my old friends, doesn’t remember me at all. I guess I just don’t make that big of an impression!

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