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Alonda Jones (née Rosa) is a Sim created by JennaLorena (talk). She appears in both The Sims 2 and The Sims 3. She is the daughter of Aaron and Julissa Rosa, and the sister of Caridad Ionello. She is also the wife of Julius Jones and the mother of Carolina Pola.
Life Leading Up to The Sims 3Edit
Alonda's only living appearance is in The Sims 3. She is introduced as the older sister of Caridad Ionello, and the daughter of Aaron Rosa and Julissa Rosa. She wears a short, purple dress, and long white heeled boots. She also dons a very long necklace. She is quite attractive, with long hair and exotic features. She is proud of her distinct nose, calling it her most recognizable quality.
Alonda is having quite a difficult time once the game begins. Nearly halfway into her young adulthood, she is unemployed and lives with her parents. According to her memories, she was fired from her previous job, and isn't financially stable enough to live alone. She has aspirations to succeed in whatever he tries, as she has always been a success in school.
Alonda's future husband, Julius Jones, has yet to move into Bridgeport. However, once the game begins, she is dating townie Ricky Bailey. She is also popular among other townies, such as Ruby Muddler and Brigid Steele. She holds a strong dislike of Erika Talon, sharing her sisters dislike of vampires. She is also closer to her parents than her sister is, being best friends.
Neither Alonda or her sister are aware of the cheating scandal that haunted both their parents during their childhood.
Life Leading Up to The SimsEdit
Life Leading up to The Sims 2Edit
By the time the storyline has caught up in The Sims 2, Alonda has passed away. Dying of old age, she leaves behind a husband, Julius Jones, and a daughter, Carolina. Shaken by the death, her husband desperately wishes he could see his wife again.
She is retired at the time of her death, meaning she did indeed get a job.