I loaded up my game this morning to find a letter from Bunnie. It looks like she decided to leave after all, despite sticking around for an extra day yesterday.
We’ll miss you, Bunnie! According to Amy and Choco, my personal Wild World experts, villagers sometimes do stay in boxes for two days if they haven’t quite made up their mind about moving. It basically acts as a second opportunity to change their mind. Good to know, even if it was a little too late for Bunnie!
This morning’s turnip prices were a lot better than yesterday, although there still wasn’t a clear trend that I could work out for this week. I decided to hold onto them until the afternoon, rather than make a profit of 11 bells per turnip…
On the bright side, the Able Sisters were selling one of my all-time favourite items this morning, so I snatched that up before carrying out today’s business in town.
Today, like every other Wednesday, Crazy Redd was set up in front of the town hall.
I took a quick look but he was selling the worthy painting, which I already bought and donated last week. Ah well, I’ll see you next week, Redd.
As for Rocco, you guessed it! He’s still sick. This will be my eighth day bringing him medicine… Am I doing something wrong? I wouldn’t really mind but I’m worried this cold might be preventing him from packing up and leaving Timber!
The clock struck twelve (ok Cinderella, calm down) as I left Rocco’s place. So I headed back to Nook’s to check his afternoon prices.
I bumped into Marina just outside. She wanted to gift me her
bromo bromelea potted plant, and I was happy to accept; you can never have too many plants!
Don’t worry, Marina; your broccoli is in very good hands!
Nook’s turnip prices had gone up to 135 bells each. I caved and sold my stash since the prices so far this week have been pretty… unruly. Not a great profit, but still a lot better than a loss.
I carted my turnip bells over to the town hall and made another donation of 50,000 bells to Boondox, which should be just enough for me to receive my next letter. Pelly said they’ll use my donation to cope with a recent flu outbreak!
I wouldn’t be so sure about that, Pelly, poor Rocco has been sick for a week straight!
I used some of the remainder to cover my mortgage, although I still have a long way to go before the next house upgrade.
I ended my day the same as aways: with a piping hot cup of Brewster’s finest.
Until next time!