MsPrissy88 wrote: »
WHY CAN'T I GET MY IMAGES TO SHOW UP HERE?! I'm using the [ img ] tag. Flickr did something stoopid to their site and the way we USED TO be able to share images.
ADWilson wrote: »
Nice job on the Becker family!
MsPrissy88 wrote: »
@Bree - I am so sorry for making you wait this long for your gifts. Let's start off with GIFT 1
Brought up expecting to take over the family farm, Wyatt Gentry said no, married his high school sweetheart - the lovely, Krissy Sugardale - and moved to the sleepy, little town of Sunset Valley. Working his fingers to the bone, Wyatt built their soon to be, "family home", and provided for them by becoming his own farmer and gardener.
I do have a little bit of a backstory for them!! To read more about them, head on over to MY website, for that and pictures!!
BreeMiles wrote: »
Oh and they are farmers too @MsPrissy88 I love them so very much and can't wait to get them in game, there back story is perfect and suits them Very well! Thank you so very much!
60smusicluvr wrote: »
@Breemiles, you're such a tease! I'm looking forward to checking out the inside of all of them.
@suzses, Paradise Equestrian Center looks lovely. Don't mind if I do!
@AlphaFen, ha! I loved learning about this home and family that's far in over their heads, debt and bills. Sounds like a challenge.
@Kgaff, you ROCK the Scandinavian style! I love the large, open windows, all the textures you chose and the asymmetrical look of 'Sunburst'.
@SamelaRita, I love the cute, country vibe coming from 'The Wainwright Place'. The home itself looks so nice and cozy and the lot is perfect for many horses! Thank you!
@friendsfan367, the Becker family are a very attractive family and I likes that they have a lot of money. Cha-ching! Gotta move them in one of these places, don't you think?
@Jessabeans, Windermere is so pretty! I love the overgrown grass in the front and the old timey look of the inside. Seeing it change over the years was a bit sad, but I suppose it's time for a remodel?
@MsPrissy88, Wyatt sounds so dreamy, like a hunk of a man. Was Krissy fortunate enough to watch him work on the house?