Thursday, June 20, 2013

Shazad-Wilsonoff Wedding, Part 2, 2015

Remar, summer, 2015
narrated by Myra Wilsonoff-Shazad

After our wedding, Abel's parents treated us to our honeymoon. It was beyond amazing. Our first stop was Hacienda Bay where Abel's father's ancestors hail from.

We checked into a nice hotel just before the sun set. We arrived late, but with enough time to browse the local shop before it closed.

We changed into more suitable attire and since it was so late, we ordered room service for dinner.

The hotel added some champagne for free since it was our honeymoon. In fact, I soon discovered that people were so much nicer to you if you say you're on your honeymoon.

The next morning we got up early, just after the sun rose.

Neither Abel nor I are the type of sims to linger in bed. We spent the day at the beach, tossing an old football,

digging for shells and beach glass,

watching the clouds, watching the waves

and building sandcastles.

We left that evening after the sunset since the second part of our brief honeymoon was visiting Sokitumi, a land of violent volcanos and rich tribal customs.

I think Abel enjoyed this part the most since it was a bit more active. He participated in a fire twirling class

and I just relaxed a bit and did some fishing.

We both managed to spend some quality time in the hot tub

and visit the local ruins.

I loved the ruins, the crumbling stone and ancient temples.

I couldn't help tossing one of our hard earned simolean coins into the fountain. I wished for prosperity of course, and children. We both want children, but our home is in no condition to have them at the moment.

We even learned how to dance the hula during a local dance class

not to mention slow dancing in the street, which is highly frowned upon.

Unfortunately the heat got to us and we had to return to the hotel early to rest and re hydrate.

Honestly, we were sad to leave, but at the same time, the end of our honeymoon marked the beginning of our life together.


No baby from these two yet. Being the family sims that they are, they tried for a baby-unsuccessfully. I quickly put them on birth control since I don't think they're the type to bring a child into their marriage so early, especially with a house in ruins.


  1. Looks like they had a fun honeymoon! Hopefully Myra's wish for prosperity will come soon, and then they can start on the children. ;)

    1. That would be an awesome wish to come true, maybe they'll find a genie lamp or something :) thanks for reading and commenting.

  2. Sokitumi! I love that name!

    I'm so glad Abel and Myra got such a lovely honeymoon. They deserve it and it looks like it was a perfect mix between fun and relaxation!

    Probably a good idea to hold off on babies. :) They're both young - they have plenty of time for that.

    1. Lol, wish I could take credit for the name, it's the name of the volcano island that Nicole Humphrey is from. The simmer that I got her from named it. I'm hoping they'll hold off the babies for a while, but with two family sims it's hard. Thanks for reading and commenting.

  3. Yeah, it makes sense for these two lovebirds to wait a bit before they start making babies. :) I'm glad they had such a nice honeymoon.

    1. In game their honeymoon was hard, the lots were buggy so I had to keep moving them around, lol. Thanks for reading and commenting.

  4. What a lovely honeymoon for these two! I can see them being on birth control and waiting until they are in a better position to have a baby, I had to smile at them trying right away though, family sims don't always have logic! All the shots from the honeymoon were very pretty.

    1. Yes, if you leave it up to family sims, they'd breed like rabbits. Thanks for reading and commenting.


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