Last time Monica tried to move in after the Snowflake Day party, Darla (Sep’s daughter) became a toddler, Betta proposed in a hot air balloon, She had a wild bachelorette party, and her parents reflected on their baby growing up.
Hello my freaky darlings! Let’s start. Ça vous dit?
Summer gets off to a great start around the Cultric house with the founding couple relaxing beside the pond.
We still have a collection of rodents. It’s really gotten to the point where I consider them almost a family pet. I think someone is feeding them. Probably Karla. I’m going to miss them when we finally move.
Vin has taken to grooving out in the Ballroom all the time. It’s adorable.
Karla meanwhile has been commissioned to paint a street art painting somewhere in town. She starts by dropping off her completed paintings at the consignment store.
And as usual, for whatever reason, Jacques’ parents are there flirting it up. I don’t know why this is their date spot of choice but whatever makes them happy I suppose.
We decide on the art gallery and while we are there we put some of Karla’s sketches up since they can’t sell at the store anyway.
I really think Karla has more than earned her place at the local gallery don’t you?
I was going to have her keep trying until I liked her choice but I liked the first one she did. Bonus!
Why wouldn’t you like my art?
Let’s be honest honey…your street art is sometimes more weird than good.
Yeah…I don’t know why.