Life for Daniel has been relatively uneventful. Since Rimona has temporarily closed down the flower shop, he’s been living off of the little bit of savings he has. He also spends a good bit of time at his workbench selling what he makes to turn a little bit of profit. All in all he’s happy, though every now and then he feels like maybe he’s missing a tiny something.
Though he doesn’t visit Club Red very often any longer, he’s managed to make friends with Ally, the bar tender. She’s the first sim in Galloway that seems to actually be interested in his recipes for spicing up the typical grilled cheese sandwich. Most people grow bored, and yawn and turn away, but Ally, she actually listens!
The longer that the flower shop has been closed, the more antsy Daniel becomes about not having a job. That job was the whole reason he moved to Galloway Township in the first place. The way things look now, he’s definitely going to need another job come fall. So he’s been determined to break the mold when it comes to his circuit boards and fuses. One night he woke up in a cold sweat. An idea had come to him in a dream. He got up immediately and began pounding away at his workbench.
Only taking bathroom breaks when absolutely necessary, Daniel stayed at that bench. Soon it was late afternoon, and though he was still in his bathrobe, he cried “Eureka!” and set his wrench down. He had done it! He had created a fully automated simoid.
It took every ounce of strength he had, but he lugged that thing off the bench and placed it gently on the floor. His heart raced, hoping that all would work well once he pressed that all important button and initialized it.
He watched in awe as it stretched it’s limbs, and life seemed to flow into it. He had done it! He had created a life like machine. He’s thinking of the possibilities and wonders where this will take him.