Tony came over to visit.
He's new to Animal Crossing, so we had much to discuss. AC text chat doesn't wrap, and the character limit is worse than Twitter.
Naturally, you have to visit each town's Nook-n-Go.
Through a weird coincidence, as Tony and I were "playing," I noticed that Stephen had put out an Animal Crossing all-call on his Twitter. So I messaged him and he joined the "fun."
We decided we would play Halo.
What is even odder about this impromptu evening is that all three of us recently started playing the 2008 game. Tony just received it. Stephen found it super-cheap somewhere. And I, of course, am struggling to make peace with a full restart.
Tony and I caught the K.K. show. Nintendo WFC died shortly after this.
Here I am tickling Tony with dandelion fluff.
Then we went to see Blathers.
Now that we've hung, we can send each other in-game letters and items. Which is pretty key. Today Stephen sent me an apple (thus completing my fruit collection), and I sent him an axe since his Nook has yet to get them in stock.
My house is about to get upgrade #4 (basement?) I think, if I'm diligent, I should easily be able to clear 100,000 bells a week in fruit sales. I haven't bothered to do much decorating, except to show off all the Nintendo WiFi items. I really miss how Wild World allowed for multiple rooms and, thus, several different interior design showcases. There is so much this franchise could be doing, but I highly doubt we'll see another installment in this generation.