Oh my goodness everyone is dropping. I feel really really horrible saying that I've been sick for a bit now and haven't really started my assignment that was due a while ago
I'm so sorry!
Not exactly sure what's going to happen now...
Liouba and her boyfriend had had trouble finding a home with their meager budget,so they were overjoyed when they found an ad for a small house in Strangetown: Small house for sale.1 bedroom, 1 bathroom.Renovations may be required.
The house was so cheap,they suspected it would be in pretty bad shape.But they had been looking for months,and were desperate enough to buy it even though they knew it would probably be grimy and decrepit.They probably wouldn't have bought it if they had know it was haunted,though...
Is this due the 2nd or the 3rd?
Gosh I hope it's the 3rd... Today's the 3rdddd
I just have to finish up editing the pictures at this point, but my game just decided to suddenly have really bad graphics? bleeghrg
Sooo Part 1:
Callia looked up and noticed that the streets were nearly deserted. The clouds overhead had turned almost black, and she realized that she was probably about to be caught in the middle of a huge thunderstorm. Before she could start running under a cover of some sort to escape the rain, the sky let out a huge groan, and big drops of water began to fall. Complaining to herself about ruining her dress and getting her hair soaked, she suddenly looked up, then down, then around her. The rush of water and dark shadows made the city seem like a completely different place. Callia was shocked that she had never really looked at the city, always rushing around and not noticing the things around her. It reminded her of that old movie where the people were dancing on the lamp posts and singing in the rain. She imagined herself then, with no obligations and no responsibilities, and she was happier than she had been in a long time.
A man with a red umbrella stopped and watched her, but Callia was too busy living in her own little world to notice.
And part 2!
Everybody wants a little piece of land, something they can call their own. For Callia, moving into a little colonial home with a white picket fence made her feel like she was living the American dream.