Tolerating Living life with a pleasure sim.
Another portrait by Greta — Atticus as J. Pierpont Finch in La Fiesta Tech’s production of How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.
One of Atticus’ high-school girlfriends, Camryn, transferred to La Fiesta Tech during his sophomore year. He was surprised to find that she shared his goal of becoming a professional chef, and, you know, she was way hotter than he remembered. Like, three-bolts hot.
And because I am heinously behind on baby updates, here are Quinn and Kampol’s twin (!!) sons, Parker and Eden. Parker takes after his mom, and Eden after his dad. Both have their dad’s coloring.
When everyone in the Oasis dorms caught a nasty flu, Stephen decided to cheer everyone up with a pot of his grandma’s famous comfort soup. He found, however, that there is quite a difference between watching your grandmother make the soup, and trying to concoct it in a dorm kitchen.
Quentin Jr. and Mallory’s first-born, Quentin III. He has mom’s red hair and green eyes!
seems like theres only sims 3. dont get me wrong, i love sims 3 but i would like to see some sims 2 stuff.
HERE is one
Aaand passing this one through again.
Jace was absolutely loving retirement. After a distinguished career at La Fiesta Tech, he savored moving from the faculty housing at La Fiesta Tech into apartment in a charming old townhouse right on the main street of Hidden Falls.
Goodbye desert, goodbye sterile faculty housing with pretentious neighbors and all those tiring conversations with the fellow academics; hello grassy mountain sides, quiet cafes, and a blooming garden in his back yard where he loved to eat his meals.
Finally, without the hectic demands of his full time professorial schedule, balancing writing, teaching, and advising, he could set aside time to pursue his dream of mastering every skill imaginable.
Though, if pressed, he would admit that (despite his friendly neighbor Clarence checking in on him daily) he did find his daily routine to be a bit lonely.
And then, in the way that the world so often tends to work, all it took was a simple afternoon phone call to completely disrupt the quiet doldrums of retirement.
Even after the party officially ended, the party spirit still raged on.