It’s weird to start all over again with a legacy. I’ve been playing for awhile now and enjoying watching Pearl do her own thing. It was refreshing to just sit back and let her be herself.
I settled her in Brindleton Bay and it was raining. I don’t know if that is a good sign but Pearl seemed to enjoy it. Her first action was to play in the rain. Maybe she enjoys the rain as much as I do. It is calming to me and relaxing I have always loved what people consider gloomy things. Maybe it’s because it is the emotion I relate to the most. Its what I feel most days. So for now I’m gong to take it as a good sign.
I started her off with her funds at 1800 and built her a little room with a bed. Not much to do at the moment. We sit and wait for the welcome wagon. I want her to meet and greet people. I also want her to chose her own spouse to spend her sim days with.
The Delgato family stopped by to welcome her to the neighborhood. Pearl might enjoy the rain but they were not to happy to be stuck outside. Keeping true to my word I just had Pear introduce herself and then let her steer the conversation. Sadly she didn’t get very far in the conversation. Maybe Pearl is more of a listener than a talker. Or maybe she prefers solitude instead.
I took her to the bar in town just to see how she would interact. She sat down and started watching the cooking channel. Gain those skills girl.
She struck up a conversation with Marcus so maybe she isn’t so anti-social. Wolfgang joined soon later but he just insulted her and left.
It has been a few sim days and she has not taken an interest in anyone so far. I brought her to the spice festival to meet new people but so far she just enjoys listening to the music.
I wonder if she prefers to just be alone and if all she is really looking for is friends. Would it be so bad if she just ends up adopting kids on her own and does not find a spouse. Only time will tell maybe she will find her one true love in old age or maybe when she is a adult. Or maybe she is just a strong independent woman that doesn’t need someone to feel whole.