Update!

It’s awesome update time!

I’ve pretty much got the house to myself this weekend and thanks to a blizzard I am also pretty much housebound.  So that means that I will be playing quite a lot of sims in between doing quite a lot of homework.  It’s going to be an exciting weekend.  Right.

For those of you who have checked out the Table of Contents, you may have noticed that Chapter 40 ends Generation One.  It is true.  On Saturday, the story of Liddy and Victor draws to a close and will pick up with that of Mollie and Garrett.  It’s bittersweet for me but I am ready to move on with the family.  You may have noticed the same tone in Liddy’s voice in the recent posts.  I am excited to carry on from here but trust me…Liddy and Victor are still going to have a major point in this story!

Also, I’ve started a forum for writers.  I know I will spend most of my time on there talking to myself but at least it will give me something to do!  Also if I start answering myself then I will be obviously crazy and everyone will know it too.  So please come and join me over there and help keep my insanity in check: http://writersanonymous.freeforums.org/index.php

Hmm…what else?  On Saturday I will be posting a behind the scenes for Eternally Yours.  Then you all can see just how crazy things have gotten in my save file.

Other than that I have nothing new or exciting going on.  Thanks for reading and following!  Have a wonderful weekend and I will see you on Saturday!

Chapter 1.38

Author’s Note: Mollie really did graduate.  Due to a glitch in my game, however, no pictures were obtained.  Sorry!

It was really nice having the kids back at home.  Their diplomas look fantastic on our wall.  We’ve just come accustomed to Garrett being here all the time.  He’s pretty much just moved himself in (that’s just fine with me).

Shortly after Mollie arrived home it was time for another big event…OLIVER’S BIRTHDAY!  I could not believe my little boy was aging to teen.  I was happy and sad at the same time.  Pretty soon we would be empty nesters.

And with another crazy, magical, terrible, incredible sparkle…

…My baby boy got one step closer to being a man.

It didn’t take long for us to settle into our old routine.  Mollie was living with us while we were planning the wedding.  I was glad to see she and Oliver were still close and got along well.

“So what’s going on with school these days, baby bro?”

“Well, I got a full ride scholarship to LeFromage Art School.  HA!  Scored a goal on your stupid goalie.  I told you he was weak!”

“Jerk!  When do you leave?”

“I’m not.”

“Uh…why?”

“I’ll miss your wedding.”

“Ollie, I love you…but you’re an idiot.”

“Don’t you want me at your wedding?”

“Of course I do, baby bro.  But mostly I want you to live your own life.  If that means you have to miss my wedding that’s ok with me.  I want you to follow your dreams and not live in my shadow.”

“Oh.  So I should go.”

“YES, Stupid.  Go call the school now and get you bags pack before I taunt you a second time!  Oh…and I just scored so I win.”

“Humph.  I love you, sis.”

“I love you, too, you big dork.  NOW GO!”

And just like that my oldest convinced my youngest to leave the nest before I was ready.  I know I have to let them live their own lives but I wish they could stay by little babies forever.