Stretch … 1, 2, 3
Hunt … 1 … 2 … 3 … pounce
Ice wakes and since it’s too early to go anywhere, occupies himself with the toy oven.
Zep joins May at the pond. He’s sure he can catch a fish faster than her with that stick and string.
Zep heads off to find something more interesting to do and May heads back inside to warm up.
Upgrading the toilet to self-cleaning should do the trick!
A/N: For those interested, catching fish isn’t as easy as it looks … Zep is pretty sure the fish saw May’s larger outline and stayed away! lol
Upgrades will get done sooner with two Sims working on them.
Zep is victorious and presents his latest find to Tad in exchange for admiration and fish-flavored treats … lots of treats, please!
A few hours later …
Zep joins the others in the hopes of snagging a bite or two.
“Kitty Kibble is in your bowl but I’ll be glad to give you a good brushing,” Tad says with a smile.
“Stupid sink! Why do you break when it’s my turn to do dishes? Now I have to fix you and mop the floor, too. Adulting sucks!”
A/N: My daughter uses the term adulting when she’s doing things like reconciling her bank statement, pumping gas etc. … you know the responsible stuff that must be done in order to keep on having fun
The sink is fixed, the floor is clean and everybody heads to bed.
Tad acknowledges what a gem his teenage daughter is, even though she grumbles a bit more than he would like.