Be it ever so humble, there is no place like my Farmville Farm. A blanket of snow hit the farm again, just in time for the Winter Olympics. The bunnies took to the bunny slope, the ducks took to the ski slope and the penguins started to man the bobsled. I had just built a bowling alley on my farm before the snow hit.
I had gotten a lot of valentines from my friends around the Farmville neighborhood. I also sent out a lot of valentines as well. It seemed that everyone was into the mood, including the ducks. Two of them went out a spooning after getting on their finest duds and were seen kissing on the park bench by the frog pond, while Kermit the frog sang “rainbow connection.”
The arch of roses really impressed the snowman that was in front of the pink cottage. For some reason he really doesn’t like the sauna. I told him not to “sweat it.” You can also see two perfect bunches of lotus flowers, a limited edition crop that came in around the Chinese New Year.
I also started planting some watermelons and yellow melons just to add a little variety to the farm. The plant monster was clearly still into Mardi Gras. Once all the lotus flowers have been collected I will probably plant some more sunflowers so I can surround the plant monster with perfect bunches of sunflowers.
The plant monster was brought to the attention of the Riverhead Town Board on behalf of the cute bunnies who were afraid that the plant monster would eat them. They were told that if they didn’t go to the plant monster the plant monster would never eat them because the plant monster was planted in one spot. (Otherwise he would be called the “mobile monster” and not the “plant monster.”)
In totally unrelated news: The teddy bears had their picnic. Long Island wine and cheese was served. (I never realized how big those teddy bears grew to.)