Hi, my livin’a’simmin’life alternate persona is Elizabeth, but you can call me Lizzie. I formerly worked in education, but I quit to pursue graduate school and writing. I’m happily married. No kiddos yet, but my in-game cat is a beautiful tuxedo named Luna, and she’s got a little personality on her – very particular and she lets us know it. I grew up out West, and my hubby grew up back East (but in game and the story it’s reversed). Now we’re in the middle. We both love sci-fi and fantasy (and I love crime shows). We both enjoy gaming.
Traits: Bookworm. Clumsy. Friendly. Loves the Outdoors. Perfectionist.
Favorites: Grilled cheese. Indie/Latin. Blue/Green/Purple.
Simself birthday: April 4th. Real birthday: December 9th.
This is the home of my collection of ramblings, stories, ideas, and musings about all things The Sims 3.
If you don’t play the Sims, you are still welcome to read the stories. While I use the Sims 3 as a tool to tell my stories, if you enjoy reading fiction, you might just like it here.
Oh please, ask away. Leave me a comment below, or connect with me on my other platforms.
From time to time, I’ll mention my Simworld. If you’ve already been following me with Kass’s story, you’ll already be aware of this. If you’re new to this blog or that one, check out details under “My Simworld” tab on my other blog including a map, history, religion, politics, military and war, aliens and supernatural. May Update: Maps are currently down for maintenance.
See my awards and honors page on KCLKF.
I’ve been writing Kass’s story over on thekrazycrazylifeofkass.wordpress.com but I wanted a blog to write about my Simself adventures and other stories (that are frankly too long to fit on Tumblr).
For non-Sims commentary, other writings, and updates, visit my Personal Musings page.
My Reading Circles (what is a reading circle?)
If I could be any animal, I would be a cat…
I like my sleep.
I am independent and enjoy my alone time. I am comfortable with spending time with just myself and need time to recharge after being around people.
I still recognize my need for others on occasion – for sustenance and companionship.
I am curious about life in general, and sometimes this gets me into trouble.
I am drawn to the darkness. I like sitting alone in the dark to think. I enjoy the beauty of the night. I enjoy uncovering what is hidden and unknown.