Wootini’s Weekly Animal Crossing Diary 5/28/22
Another peaceful week on Xanadu. So peaceful that I decided to get out and explore a little more. Still not ready to start that new job, though!
I saw Apple deep in thought and when I checked in on her I was taken aback to learn she was considering moving away. Now, I know eventually I should probably let Apple go, because she’s been here the entire time, but I’m still not quite ready to let go of one of my original neighbors. I’ve grown a bit too attached. Probably not healthy, but what can you do?
So I’ve been checking Harv’s island once a week, but this week I also decided to take a couple of trips with Kapp’n to see some other islands. And one of those trips took me to a moss and vine-covered island where I found a DIY recipe for this vine bench. I need to take more of those trips to learn more cool things to build. Because while this is neat, there’s got to be more interesting projects than a little tiny bench!
This week on Harv’s island, Sahara was selling the operating room wall that I needed to go with the floor I’d gotten before and now I could finally turn my back room into a hospital room! The space stuff was not really doing it for me. And eventually I’ll get bored with this and turn it into something else. The back room is for experimenting! (Wait, that sounded weird…)
Later in the week, I checked in on Apple at home and found her a little under the weather. I hope she doesn’t blame me for making her stick around Xanadu where she caught a cold! At least I could make it up to her by giving her some medicine!
I realized that it had been a while since I updated my dream of Xanadu with Luna so I made sure everything was clean and presentable then went back home to lay down and contact her to update my island’s dream. That way if anyone comes to visit, it’ll look its best!
The other islands Kapp’n took me to weren’t that great, but at least on one of them I got a new cooking recipe. And who doesn’t like frosted pretzels? I mean, most things are better with frosting, right? Except like, steak or chicken or fish, or stuff like that, obviously… You know what I mean!