Stardew: A Big Help

It’s actually a little surprising that we had to make a concerted effort to get this achievement, but then again, this was the same farm that we first started as only a Joja challenge. So our first year in game was dedicated to making money as fast as possible so we could then get the Joja achievement and ditch this farm for a different community center one.

It wasn’t until we realized we could duplicate the save from the point of right before going Joja did we realize this would be our Stardew farm for quite a long time.

I miss playing with her those Saturday nights, but it was a fun tradition during a time of chaos in the household that we’ll always have and cherish. We still have the farm too, so once things calm down again, even though now she’s away at college, we’ll be able to return to it. Just, perhaps, remotely.


Stardew: To the Bottom!

Snow and I had a plan, we just needed some time to actually execute that plan.

You see, the days of us staying up super later on Saturday nights had to end as I began moonlighting at another job, so the Stardew screenshots are going to slow down, at least the ones with Snow, going forward. But not before we managed to schedule some time during the Easter weekend to finally get to the bottom of the desert mine.

Qi may have lightly teased us about using staircases to do it, and I wish I’d grabbed that screenshot, but after that he offered us a rare health boost potion!

So yes friends, it is worth it to eventually get to the bottom of the desert… even if you have to “cheat” by using stairs.


Caturday: The Wanderer

On a cold December day, there goes a feline…

Not one of ours, but they marched through our driveway like they owned the place.

We might have been putting a little food out because we saw some pawprints in the snow… it was nice actually seeing the feline form stop by rather than just the prints.

Sadly this was also the last time we saw evidence of them. Hopefully they made it through the winter somewhere else safe and sound.


Lost Doggo

One of the things he left behind when he took off with his daughter was his dog.

We’re a cat family. We’re just not equipped, especially with two babies, to tend to the needs of a dog, so he had to be surrendered.

It was hard to do that on us, because he was a very good, very sweet dog. We got other personal pictures saying goodbye, but this was the best one to keep to commemorate the goodbye here.