Boreal Springs

May 17, 2009

Saunders – Round 25: ‘Night and Day’

Filed under: Saunders — Tags: , , , , — Mao @ 11:03 am

Basil and Virginia aren’t spring chickens anymore, but they still act pretty irresponsible.  Daisy and Sage are preparing for their life in college.

Sage, who never had any problem with boys, managed to net her first kiss.  Daisy was understandably a little jealous.  She wished she had the same charisma, but she didn’t.  Not only that, boys made her feel awkward and weird.  She was much more comfortable just hanging out with their friends.

Sage and Daisy continued to get along, but Daisy wished her sister wouldn’t point out things she was pretending not to notice.  Like when Sage asked her if she’d looked in the mirror lately, because she was having a complexion malfunction.  Sage, naturally, didn’t get pimples… but Daisy?  They were next to her best friend at this point.  Life was unfair.

While Sage chatted on the phone, Daisy spent her time with the cat.  They would be leaving for college soon and everyone was excited.  Daisy wasn’t sure how to feel.  It would be the same as always.  She’d excel at the academia, but fail when it came to being social.  And let’s face it… being social is what college is all about!

Sage often had parties and invited their mutual friends over along with boys.  Daisy could only sit and watch her friends mix and mingle.  Sure, Jennifer was at her side, but only because she had recently had her own complexion malfunction and was pretending to be more interested in video games.  Even Rosa was finding her niche with boys, and Rose was definitely an odd duck.

Daisy hoped that college would give her the chance to really open up and let loose.


Note from Mao: Poor Daisy, she really does often hang out in the background.  And she really has NO luck with boys, period.  Short update.  Virginia and Basil keep autonomously going to the trainset.  I am beginning to regret bringing it back!


  1. Daisy, Sage, and Rose – I think you were in a botanical mood about sixteen sim-years ago? ;)

    I can’t wait to see all these girls in college. I hope Daisy comes out of her shell a little, or at least finds a nice shy boy to share her shell with :)

    Oooh, I still haven’t tried that trainset. But I think I have just the Sim in mind to try it out!

    Haha, Rose is actually supposed to be Rosa. The Anderson family tends to have Mediterranean names. ;) I typo’d! But Sage and Daisy were a callback to Aiyana’s hippie ways and naming her kids Basil and River, LOL!

    Comment by laura — May 17, 2009 @ 11:42 am

  2. Aw. Poor Daisy. Maybe she’s a late bloomer & will come into her own during college.

    Here’s hoping, though I’m thinking she might be shocked by a realization.

    Comment by Lisa — May 17, 2009 @ 5:06 pm

  3. Isn’t it Rosa? Anyway, poor Daisy. It’s okay, you aren’t the only one who’s a good student with no social life. At least, for now, she has Jennifer for company. And college turns the best of people into basket cases. We can only hope that you emerge unscathed.

    Haha, yep. I made a typo, d’oh. Typing too fast and not paying attention. xb

    Comment by Fini — May 17, 2009 @ 5:23 pm

  4. Poor Daisy. Maybe she’ll come into her own when she gets to college. I’ve had quite a few late bloomers who didn’t get started until then!

    Here’s hoping! Though I think I may know what her problem is…

    Comment by Carla — May 18, 2009 @ 6:47 am

  5. Aw, poor Daisy. Hopefully she’ll soon figure out where she fits in and develop her own social life in college!

    She really needs some free space to roam!

    Comment by Shana — May 18, 2009 @ 10:11 am

  6. Poor Daisy. I feel your pain. Sisters can be so…grrr.

    Comment by Elecy — June 13, 2009 @ 4:40 pm

  7. Aww, Daisy and Sage have mad love for one another, though. They’re just very… different.

    Comment by Mao — June 13, 2009 @ 5:06 pm

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