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10 March 2012 @ 08:06 pm
Week 5 - Thornwood  

Rowan continues to help out at the Harvest Barn. He is getting better at the cash register.

With Dahlia able to dazzle all their customers their business rises in ranks quite quickly.

Rowan takes a break from ringing up customers to say hi to Leighton.

While Dahlia and Rowan are at work Bay and Linden help out with the household chores.

Thane makes the kids lunch. Domestic life seems to be treating him well.

Time for Ash's birthday.

Rowan is a helpful big brother.

This happened to Dahlia like 3 times. She has a bunch of computers in her inventory.

Dahlia uses some of the grant money she's been rewarded to make some changes to the shop.

Everyone loves to play with Ash.

Remember Leighton? Rowan has been chatting with him on the phone and he eventually agrees to come over for a date.

It goes well.

Ash celebrates another birthday.

A brief interlude with Rowan meeting another potential date.

And Ash as a child.

Rowan decides to take the job since he plans on moving out soon.

Turns out he was offering more than a job. I'm not sure getting involved with your co-workers is such a great idea, Rowan. Especially when you're just starting the job.

Rowan does well the first day on the job.

He calls Elias up for a date that night.

Say goodbye to childhood Linden and Bay!

Linden is a Knowledge/Family sim.

Bay rolled Fortune/Family. I love how they both turned out.

Rowan goes on another date with Leighton.

And at the end of the week he moves out.

Katekatee412 on March 11th, 2012 05:54 am (UTC)
The Harvest Barn is certainly doing very well!
Love Stained Heartlvstndhrt on March 11th, 2012 05:20 pm (UTC)
Yeah, it really is! It helps when you have a plantsim dazzling all the customers.
Rachelsimsforaranya on March 12th, 2012 07:29 pm (UTC)
The Harvest Barn is freaking adorable. I think I need a lot that looks like a little farm for selling groceries. SO MUCH CUTER.
Love Stained Heartlvstndhrt on March 13th, 2012 03:58 pm (UTC)
Thanks! It is a really neat idea, since community lots usually end up looking the most like boxes.