KyriaT sagt Hallo!

  • Hello everybody! I hope you don't mind me writing in English, my German is not that good unfortunately, I totally forgot my grammar:blush:, but I can still understand (most of it) when I read it. (And if not, there is always Google translate :D)


    I'm a Norwegian/Greek simmer, and I have been simming since the beginning of the game, and started uploading my lots in the Sims 2 era. Now I'm a senior in the community, but I still enjoy the game and upload lots, sims, recolours and stories on my blog and on tumblr. I only make stuff for Sims 4. My brain can't handle more than one game at the time ...


    I've been using stuff from your site since forever, and at the moment I'm ever so grateful for all the things Mammut and others made for historical play. :love::clap::love: I've always enjoyed historical or themed play and build, and right now I'm doing my adapted (relaxed) version of the History Challenge.


    On a private note I live partly in Norway and partly in Greece with my hubby. I'm now retired but used to work in the media industry. I'm a Dog Lover, Music Lover, Bookworm, Foodie and a bit of a Geek. I'm also a (step-)mother of four, and grandma of two, and love to travel in Norway, Greece or anywhere, but, as you all know, at the moment it is a bit difficult because of Covid. Hopefully things will be easier soon.


    I usually pop in here when I'm looking for some CC, but I thought it would be nice to say hello as well.

    *hugs*

    <3

  • Hello KyriaT,

    thank you very much for your hello and your kind words :)

    Of course you are welcome to write in English, and as you say, auntie google is realley helpful in case somecone doesn't understand :rofl:

    And - by far you are not the only senior in the community and in the Zoo, I myself have a big family, children and grandchildren as well, which keep me busy quite often - but I enjoy having them here ;)

    I've just had a short look on your blog - so beautiful and wonderful stuff you've created - a proper trasure chest :love:

    I had started playing history challenge as well some time ago, but did not hang on long enough. That's why I had started to create some prehistorical stuff. Maybe I'll try again, at least with stoneage, as I love playing my sims right from sratch when they don't have anything at all.

  • Hello KyriaT! So lovely of you to introduce yourself and thanks a lot for your kind words! I noticed your blog a while ago - I really loved what you did with the Miss Marple theme! Sadly I'm stuck at Sims 3 (I guess my brain is similar to yours in this regard), so nothing for my game but I enjoyed it anyway.

  • aloha Kyria :)


    nice that you introduce yourself, I myself am simmer of the 1st generation, back then I played even more than today. I'm not grandma yet, I hope that it will take a while longer: D


    I'm more of a writer and designer, after all, I was looking for an architecture program back then and since everyone was very bad back then, I came to the sims: D


    have fun here in the zoo :)

  • Thank you guys for the warm welcome <3


    Mammut I really hope you will pick up again on the History Challenge, that would be fantastic for me and other historical builders, your cc is always excellent and sooo useful!


    Norn The Miss Marple Theme started as a group project at Anno Sims for Sims 3, and some of the lots are still available at my Sims 3 blog (now abandoned, but files still exists). I had so much fun with it that I wanted to remake it in Sims 4. :lol:


    SimsAtelier When your first grandchild arrives you will have no regrets, I promise! :hurra:

    Anyway, it's really nice to meet you all, it's so nice to know the persons behind those avatars.

    :hug_all:

  • My son is still a child himself, he should first grow up and finish his school and find a job, then he can have children himself :) At the moment he is on school holidays :)