yesterday, I went by Marigold Creek to take a new picture of PC Bobby Roberts (as promised). He wanted to have a more cozy photo, which shoes his gentle nature. So this is the result:
After that I met the Buttercups, who were enjoying a walk in the afternoon sun.
Hornbull told me that the new resident Pete Petite visited the Löffel family, so I thought of saying "Hello" to him.
While Flora received a letter from her cousin Lettuce Snow-Warren, Hans talked to Pete.
I've asked Flora, what Lettuce wrote, but she told me that it's still a secret. So it'll pass a bit more time, before the secret will be bared.
Listening to the talk of the two men, I learned that Pete felt totally stressed about his old home.
The villagers were unfriendly and devious (some of them tried to stole letters out of Petes bag) there.
Calmative Hans put his Hand on Petes shoulder, "Everything is alright my friend, now you're living here and Marigold Creeks villagers are normally lovable. Nobody will steel the post!"
"Thanks god!", Pete said.
I took a closer look to the children upstairs. While Luna draw a very nice picture, Anton played with his younger sister, who were cooking him a delicious play meal.
The McBurrows enjoyed a peaceful afternoon together: Heidi read in her magazine; Digger acted the goat with little Monty.
And Muddy and Molly played the famous game: "Which star am I?".
Shortly before I wanted to go back to my studies, I suddently recognized a new building in Marigold Creek: the Hamburger restaurant.
In front of the building stood Mason Tuxedo, but without his family. I greeted him and asked, where his family was.
"They're at our old home, packing our belongings. I'm here to hand our flat above the restaurant over to Katie Hawthorn. She and here family are our hirers!", he said.
I watched the handover, before I accompanied Mason into his restaurant.
He inspired the delivered furniture and told me that the restaurant will open it's doors in the next two months. Still a lot of decoration were missing.
Unfortunatly I had to return to my studies after those interesting meetings. But I'll take a closer look to the families very soon.
Hope you had fun with this little story :D. Above the hamburger restaurant is, like you've seen, a new (self-made) flat. Still a few things must to be done (decoration, window frames, cupboards...). But when I'm finished with it, I'll make a whole post about the new home of the Hawthornes.
Read you soon & have a nice Sunday evening!
PS: Visit the family site, the new bios of Pete and Bobby are online :).