Eternally Yours · Generation 3

Chapter 3.5

Notice anything different?

The first thing I did with my loot when I got home was sell it to the museum.

The second thing I did was have my house remodeled, repainted, and refurnished!

I bought some furniture in France and had it shipped overseas.  It was spendy but I had some money to spare.

I had the kitchen remodeled, too!  The guys came in a moved all the cabinets and stuff across the room.

That way I could have patio doors installed for my non-existent patio!

I loved the French style so I tried to recreate it in my dining room!  It’s full of yellows, whites, and blues.  Also I got one of the photos of the French countryside framed and hung it on the wall!  I was so proud.

My bathroom is probably my favorite part ever!  Seriously…I always wanted a bathroom like this.  I may have stretched the budget a little thin but it was so worth it!

Don’t mind that weird little gnome.  He followed me home and now I can’t get rid of him.

Speaking of things that followed me home, Storm is fitting right in!  He’s a really happy bird and seems to like his tree.

A week after my return I was getting into my routine.  Adam was going to be moving in soon and I realized that his room was the only one without furniture.  At least I moved the lizards out of the spare room I guess.

I headed out to get some stuff for a teenage boy.  I was feeling ill (it’s not a good idea to eat leftover pizza that you got before leaving on a month long trip) and I just wanted to get in and get out of the store.

I headed to the third floor and tried to find something that was not too girly or too childish.

So I bought some punk rock teen furniture and headed home.  If Adam doesn’t like it the boy can buy his own stuff next time.

I made it home just in time, too.

After taking a nap I was finally starting to perk up a bit.  I decided to make some spaghetti for dinner since I was feeling adventurous.  I heard some banging around down the hall and I went to investigate.

Adam was catching up with Theodore Q. Rumplefugly who moved in with my crew when I return from my trip.

“You say hello to your lizard before you greet the sister you haven’t seen in a month and who is graciously letting you move in with her?”

“PENNY!  Thank you so much!  And I did miss you.  But, I mean…Cueball is my homeboy and you are my sister.”

“Whatever.  Hey, I know this stuff isn’t really your style but I wasn’t feeling great today and it was cheap.  If you hang around for a while perhaps we can get you some better stuff.”

“Are you kidding?!  It’s great.  Mostly I’m just glad that I don’t have to live with Mom anymore.  The woman has lost her marbles!  And that baby thing is obnoxious.  Have you met Ericka?”

“Not yet.  I was going to go over later this week to give them their goodies.  Anyway I got spaghetti going so call mom and tell her you didn’t die on the way over and then come eat.”

While Adam called Mom I finished the food.  He wasn’t going to be too terrible a room-mate.

Using my new dining room felt great!  I cannot believe I have awesome furniture now!

Not everything was all sunshine and rainbows though.  My NEW sink broke while I was washing dishes.

I’m going to have to get used to the joys of home ownership.  I’m also going to spend a great deal of time upgrading.  And maybe hire a maid.

I need a job.

6 thoughts on “Chapter 3.5

  1. It’s a pretty sweet house for a starter home! Maybe Adam can make himself useful and help Penny repair stuff around the house? I know he’s her little brother, but he doesn’t pay the rent… The rule is to always use your younger siblings when you get the chance 😀

    Uh oh, was it really just the bad pizza? I’m worried that Penny has brought home something more than just goodies from her trip abroad o_O

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