Time is a unique thing here in Pinstar Parish. Because Legacy families live out their lives here, nothing is really in order. So I suppose, with this in mind, it's really no surprise how I came to have a second chance at life with a wonderful husband, a loving stepdaughter, and a beautiful little girl of my own.
I don't remember much about my earlier life; perhaps that is by subconscious choice. What I do remember was being an elder and being a Nanny; a job I loved. There was one family I loved more than the rest though - the Day family had a special place in my heart. Dustin was a young man who so loved children and the idea of family that he adopted a young girl just after reaching adulthood, and while still living at home. He moved out on his own and was a doting father; everything he did was for little Jennifer. She was the happiest, and most loved, little child I'd ever taken care of.
The love in that house - Dustin's amazing capacity for love and family - brought me such joy. We had a lot in common and became close friends, Dustin and I. We stayed up many nights, talking over tea after Jennifer had gone to bed and my shift was long over. Soon, we were in love. I couldn't stand the thought of Dustin falling for such an old woman who was barren! This man wanted family; this man had so much love to give to a large family - he deserved a young wife who could give him many of his own children. He deserved a son to carry on his name. None of these things could I give him, though Dustin assured me my age did not bother him.
But I couldn't have it and one day I snuck out and met with the town Matchmaker, who was rumored to have many more tricks up her sleeve than creating romances. It cost all of my life savings, but she gave me a vial filled with yellowish liquid to drink and - the next thing I knew - I was an adult once more!
Dustin couldn't believe what I'd done, but loved me nonetheless. We were married, and now I am mother to my beloved Jennifer and to our own, precious daughter, Angie. Dustin is a police officer here in Scion City, and I became the official Record Keeper to help ends meet. I love this job. Not remembering anything of my family, I love to help others' find information about theirs - and keeping up with the goings-on and history of this unique parish is so fulfilling.
If there is any information - past or present - that you need on St. Baume families, or any of the lands that make up St. Baume Parish, please feel free to contact me anytime at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also stop by or drop a line to me at the Record Keeping Building at:
Pinstar Parish Record Keepers Office
If you would like to contact the main record-keeping office or get in touch with any other parish record keepers, please visit the Skasimlaki State Records Office page.
Cities & Towns
Legacy Acres is the parish seat of Pinstar Parish, in the US state of Skasimlaki.
Also included are the suburbian Kith Village, the small town of Dowry, the affluent Dynasty District and the metropolitan Scion City.
Young adult sims wishing to continue their education may do so at either Heritage University or Kin Tech.
Pinstar Parish currently has a population of 26 Sims.
Pinstar Parish is named for Brian Pinstar, who originally settled the area with an ingenious idea. To get new sims to re-locate and populate his inherited lands, the bright sim started a challenge for all who wished to take it - if they could raise a strong, solid family that spanned a few generations, they and their descendants could continue to live on the land for free.
The parish is now a small, yet prosperous area that includes a city, a town, two 'burbs and two universities.
Mayor Curtis Cameron
Mayor Cameron has lived in Legacy Acres all of his life, though he never imagined himself becoming such an integral part of the community.
"I was a Science geek," he laments. "I was the kid with the awesome science projects that none of the girls wanted to date."
Those years are long gone, however, and Mayor Cameron is now a handsome man with a beautiful family.
Originally a Scientist, Curtis gave up his career to pursue politics - on a dare.
"I'm pretty shy, believe it or not," he explains. "And my wife told me I should face my fear. I jokingly responded that I should get into politics, as that would sure do the trick. So she dared me. Be careful what you say in front of your wife!"
And overcoming his shyness is just what Curtis did. He found he had a natural affinity for politics, and his soft-spoken yet indomitable manner won him over in the hearts of Legacy Acres' residents. He worked his way to the top, and won the election by a landslide. He likes to tell people that listening to your wife is a "good idea".
Mayor Cameron lives in Legacy Acres with his wife of 15 years, Adia, and their two children, Lilliana and Landon.
Wendy Day, Pinstar Parish Record Keeper
From aging nanny to young housewife - Wendy's life is nothing if not...intriguing.
Legacy Acres's new Record Keeper is Wendy Day, a young mother and homemaker. Yet most residents may remember her as Wendy Kimbrell - a long-time employee of the local and infamous Rent-a-Nanny. How did the elderly childkeeper turn into the adult record keeper? It's a story that may touch your heart.
Wendy was hired by the Day family as a nanny for Dustin Day's adopted daughter, Jennifer. Wendy became very close to both man and child, and they soon wanted her to become a permanent part of the family. Dustin, unconcerned about their age difference, asked Wendy to marry him. It sounded like a romantic, fairy-tale. So what went wrong?
Wendy wanted her family-oriented husband-to-be to have the large family he'd always wanted. She knew she could never give this to him as an old, and therefore barren, woman. She she made a trip to see the local "matchmaker", and spent every last penny to buy a youth potion. Despite the risks, Wendy drank the potion - and once became young - and fertile.
The two are now happily wedded, and have a child of their own. Wendy says they plan to have "many, many" more.
Wendy Day lives with her husband, Dustin, and their two daughters, Jennifer and Angie, in Scion City.
All information on this page was compiled and written by Pinsar's official record keeper, Wendy Day. The article on Wendy was written by Emmy Kearney and appeared in the The Chronicle. No information on this page may be reprinted or republished without the consent of Mrs. Day and/or Skasimlaki Hosting.
Any queries about Pinstar Parish and its areas, must be forwarded to Mrs. Day at email@example.com.