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Date Posted:07:06:55 10/10/10 Sun In reply to:
's message, "Re: Rommy" on 12:10:00 09/30/10 Thu
I think designing takes a lot of practice to get really good at. I'm sure the more you work at it, the happier you'll be with your finished products. How is the designing going? Are you making progress?
I hope my kids don't get out of control when they become teens. I guess each stage has it's own challenges. It sounds like child stage might be the one to really try to take the time and enjoy while it lasts.
I think those two teens wouldn't be so much trouble, if they weren't both boarding school students. It's not too hard to keep them separated and occupied during school hours. After hours, is a challenge though. It's hard to keep them busy all the time. I think Rich, one of the other teachers had them almost as friends at the end of summer camp, but once we got back to school for the fall, they were bickering again. *sigh*
Wow, it sounds like some sims are really eager to take over the role of leadership. Do you think they'll do well at the job, still being teens? I hope you enjoy your retirement. It's a nice tradition to be able to relax during your elder years and not have to worry about the things you do when you're younger.
Yes, there really hasn't been any time for the hood rotation to take place lately and it looks like it might be that way for awhile. So, we're just kind of taking it easy and waiting right now. The twins are still toddlers right now. They'll be children as soon as the rotation resumes and it's our house's turn.
I'm not sure whether they'll import a school or build one from the ground up. There's a sim in charge of the project, so we'll just have to wait and see what he decides will be best. Actually, I'll have to meet with him sometime soon and discuss what kinds of things we would want or need in the school building.