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Angel275Dec 2, 2006

Hey, have you been online lately, I was waiting for you on the forum, but you never showed up!

Angel275Nov 27, 2006

Did you like it there. Send some posts so the others can know that we have a new user. There is even a board where you can introduce yourself. My username there in Noir!

Angel275Nov 26, 2006

Sorry to hear so little from me lately. The reason I am writting you this message is for you to come to a newly open site dedicated to storytelling. Here's the link: http://simplicity.planetthesims.gamespy.com/simlicious/index.php

Angel275Nov 19, 2006

I am sorry for post to you so late. But you know I have been busy I have read 2 books the previous week. Death in Venice and The Catcher in the Rye. I liked both of them. So if you want you can leave a comment on my newest screenshot!

TikoNov 14, 2006

Hiya LaTasha \:D It was great of you to leave such an appreciative comment on my Corner Stairs tutorial - thank you!! \:wub\: I'm so happy you found it useful. Btw, I'm publishing a third stair tute today, if that's of any interest? \;\) ----- Andy

Angel275Nov 13, 2006

I am working on the story, I completed the other two, that I was working on, but I don't really like how they turned out to be. Personally, if I want to have a story that everyone can read it, I want the story to be likeable first to me. So I am in a search for a WWI and WWII themed sims stuff so I can begin my story. If you have some links with Sims sites that have that theme, fell free to post them to me. And I have been busy, because I am reading Thomas Mann's Death in Venice. Have you read it?

Angel275Nov 7, 2006

Here am me again (hope that I haven't brought you to the serious state of boredom, with my presence in your GB). I just wanted to tell you that I have been on a search for World War I and World War II inspired objects and skins, but I only found a few. So, as you've seen my last screenshot (thanks about the comment, by the way), you realised that I am planning a war-love story set in the 1930-1940s era.

Angel275Nov 5, 2006

Now that you are logged on, I want kindly to ask you to see my new screenshot and of course leave a comment on it!

cashcraftNov 5, 2006

Hi LaTasha, what a great compliment, thanks for getting up so early to download my Victorian Inspired Nursery.\:D

Angel275Nov 4, 2006

Well, now that you've said it, I have to ask you something. What in your opinion is the scariest thing in the world and what scene would really frighten you?

Angel275Nov 3, 2006

Oh, you have mistaken me, or was that I. It doesn't matter now. I just wanted to get some suggestions for horror stories here on TSR. Lots of love, all the way from Macedonia, Angel... P.S. It's looking like winter here, the cold finally came and we are expecting snow in Monday. What's the weather like in your country?

Angel275Nov 2, 2006

Some horror stories with a phenomenal plot twist!

Angel275Nov 1, 2006

I just wanted to ask you if you would suggest me to read some interesting stories, because I would like to see what are the others writting?

Angel275Nov 1, 2006

I am planning on uploading some of them, but I am waiting for the weekend to come and go to my friend's house because I don't have a scanner.

Angel275Oct 31, 2006

Well I have to say that in this trip, I have experienced many things that I have never done before. It was my first time to enter a mosque (The Blue Mosque), my first time to learn some Turkish, and of course my first time to be on another continent, you know Istanbul has a European and an Asian part of the city. The two parts are connected by a marvellous bridge resembling the San Francisco bridge. And as for the food I found it very spicy and there were some combinations of the food used in the meals that I would have never imagined. So, my friends and I usually ate food from the supermarkets like croissants, and other pastries but we tried some of the Turkish delights: halvah, baklava, tulumba (search for them in Google – pictures to see what they look like). So if you have any questions regarding my trip, feel free to ask...

Angel275Oct 30, 2006

Thanks for understanding me. And here is a short description of my trip. First we crossed the border with Bulgaria to go to the next border with Turkey. When we arrived at the border we had to wait for the other 4 busses, because in the visa were the students from all the busses, so if we cross the border alone, they will have to stay in Bulgaria. So we waited for the 4 busses about an hour and then we headed to Istanbul. We arrived in Istanbul at about 13:00 and we left our luggage in the rooms and went on a panoramic view of the city. More of my trip, later...

Angel275Oct 29, 2006

I am sorry that I could write you back sooner, but my computer was infected by a virus and I had to wait few days to get fixed. But, let's forget about that, I am lucky to have my Sims 2 game still running. Because imagine if the stories that are curently in the process of making, have been destroyed. And yet, my trip was fantastic and I am planning on uploading some pics from the trip itself.

Angel275Oct 26, 2006

Well, I just came back from school. We had to go to school even today. The trip was fantastic, and I plan on developing the pictures from my camera tomorrow and then put them in the scanner. Its bit late and my Macedonian literature professor wanted every student to write an essay for the Functional styles of the language. So I am researching on the Net now, looking inspiration to start my essay. And what’s the funniest thing I am thinking of the story I am making in the Sims and not about the essay. I've got two stories started in the Sims and they will be done till Halloween. And I haven't the Pets expansion pack, I will have to wait 1 to 2 months of the realise of the game in the States so I can buy it. More news tomorrow, I must get an A for my essay, so I have to stop chatting with you, although a pleasure...

Angel275Oct 26, 2006

I just came back from Sofia! Write back... I've got plenty to tell!

coolstuffinOct 19, 2006

I really appreciate your nice comment on my screenshot "Horseback Ride", thanks.\:D I am glad you enjoyed it.\:P

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