I was two years in Vietnam. Do you know what I thought about, what I dreamed about? Coming home, having a family, having grandkids. I dreamed you, Amber. And Haddie, and Drew, and Sydney and Max. We almost lost ya Amber. You’ve had some bad breaks. You’re not feeling good about yourself. You didn’t get into Berkeley? Well boo-friggin-who. You got to suck it up girl, you’re a Braverman. You got my blood in your veins. If you ever do something like this again, if you even think of doing something like this again, I will kick your little butt all the way from here to the Golden Gate Bridge. You do not have my permission to mess with my dreams. Are we clear?
I have decided to blog my Sims 4 legacy challenge, more for myself than anyone else, but in case other people might be interested! I am going to do the challenge a bit differently, in that I play with every descendant of my original couple and will try to fill up an entire neighbourhood with the family. I did this a lot on Sims 2, where the neighbourhoods had more space, but I will just spill over into another neighbourhood when necessary.
To start, I will introduce you to the original patriarch and matriarch, named after the heads of the family from the tv programme Parenthood, Camille and Zeek Homily.
Firstly, Zeek. He is a bodybuilder and athletic so is very into sports and exercise. He is also outgoing and a foodie.
This is Camille, Zeek’s wife. She aspires for a successful family, and, like Zeek is outgoing. She is also an Art Lover, so I will probably put her into the Art career. She is also good.
So that’s just a basic introduction to the Sims that will be the first generation of my neighbourhood challenge. I will be moving them into Willow Creek where I already have a couple of families, but I will probably marry some of their children into these households.
I am a student, so I play Sims quite irregularly, but I will update this for every sim week I play. Once I have more families I will play one Sim week before moving onto the next household. Ageing is turned off for played households unless they are the active household.
What were you gonna do in France? Okay, well… Do you remember when I wrote you after I got out of the service and I was in this little village, Yves, and they had this wonderful B&B there with the best food and wine I’ve ever had? Yeah, I remember that.