Back: Bob and wife Megan, son-in-law Thomas and daughter Joanna, who is holding Tanya.
There once was a prosperity called Willowdale that died before it could really get started. These are their stories.
In the Prosperity, Bob, Thomas and Joanna were not alive as I rolled an Elder Female, a teen female and a toddler female. Here is the clean beginning version of them before the start of that failed challenge.
Everyone has had a chance to settle in and Megan has started to wonder if she and Bob should move out and making room for the child that both Thomas and Joanna want.
After staring out the window for what seemed like hours, Bob finally came to the conclusion that it would be a lot easier for him to max his 7 skills and for Megan to have 2 top level businesses if they were on their own.
Bob and Megan moved out with little fanfare to a small retirement community in a neighboring business district.
Joanna came home from a hard day of work and suffered a miscarriage. She was devastated.
Thomas was right there to cheer her up and offer her support.
With Joanna unable to function due to depression, it is up to Thomas to skill up Tanya.
It took a while to get the family back on task, but not before Tanya aged up without learning her rhyme. Oh well. She’s really cute though.
A lot of the week was making friends for promotions. A good chance card has Angie becoming an overachiever (the day before her birthday with a locked college want).
Angie moves immediately to college with 7 scholarships. Her parents are super excited since they all had wanted to see her go.
I have a feeling that Thomas is going to want Tanya to go to college too. These two both had the want for her to do her homework.
Why is the house so boring? Because all they do is skill. Tanya wants to play piano for 8th creativity point, but her dad is not getting off of it any time soon.
Chatting with every walk-by that went down their street ended up being a big get together where everyone who wasn’t already friends, ended up being a friend…unless you’re Eric Gibson, then you’re an evil asshole that didn’t make friends at all.
That also marks the end of the Bloomfield’s first season!
Gosh it was so nice having a new family to play around with. Too bad all they did was skill and make friends. It also makes it impossible to go the rest of the round without another trip to University.