6. Closing homes
The very last day in the
old home might be quite tough emotionally on even the strongest of Sims.
That is one of the reasons why it is important, mentally, to close the
home properly. Working through a list of things to do will help everyone
to prepare mentally and to accept the major changes to come!
When leaving the Old Days
behind, Sims can still be in their homes, but the homes should be as tidy
as possible, and in the following article we'll have a look at details
that should be taken care of. See check list below.
Some households might need
several days to complete the check list, especially if they have a huge
garden or house that is not well kept, if they grow vegetables, if their
pets are currently nursing off-spring, or simply in order to get fired
from their current job.
As soon as the list is worked
on, the home ought to get closed as soon as possible. If the household
spends several days on this step 6, cleaning and watering will need to
Knowing they will never again
wake up in the Old Days might be hard on even the bravest Sim. On top of
this, none of us will actually be able to guarantee anything concerning
the future; Will it be better? Will we ever arrive there safely? Time will
tell! What we know for sure is that not only the children will have problems
falling asleep on the very last night!
Each household should take 1-3 days to focus on nothing else than closing
down their home, according to a check list provided by the Hood Council.
The step is completed when all residents are asleep and all households
have completed the list.
is a copy of the check list that was sent to all households.
STEP 7 : CAS Clinic
here to send in your brief results from this step]
This step was easy to proceed. Thanks to all the information we had sent
to the households in advance, they all seemed to catch up with reality
and the last nihght in the hood everything was completely quiet as
they all spent the evening and night with their family.