What are we, man
So I’ve been gone for a ridiculously long time, I know. I’m in my last year of school, which is crazy! I’ve been hitting the books like a fiend because I have to keep my test scores up because I’m
a huge nerd aiming for best average–I want to go out with a bang, you know? Colleges are emailing me, begging asking for my booty applications, but that’s not all.
The past year has been busy. I’ve made friends, learned things, become officially qualified to call by infomercial standards (I turned eighteen). I’ve actually conquered my fear of speaking in front of a crowd. I’ve been drawing, holy crap, in the past year I’ve filled two and a half enormous sketchbooks. At this point, I’m almost as cool as my eight-year-old self pictured me at this stage (that is a gross exaggeration, just to be clear).
I’ve still been playing video games in spare time (of course), but the sims have definitely taken a back seat…like, a triple back seat. Actually, they’re strapped to the back of the bus, hanging on for dear life, and this blog has been strapped to a chain that’s dangling limply from their wrists. Concerned pedestrians are staring, and it’s not pretty.
I really, really wanted to finish this, but every time I think about this legacy, the fact that I started it at fourteen just takes over my mind and I go on a ten-minute cringe fest and good night it’s awful. I wouldn’t even be opposed to starting a new one if my interest remains once I finish up with school, but at this point, it’s taking a considerable amount of willpower not to wipe the whole thing from the internet.
tl;dr: Growing up is weird, man, and I’m not even DONE. But at this point, I’m pretty positive the Olympus Legacy is falling into the pit of discontinued things in my life. But I really had a lot of fun getting this far, with all my ups and downs, and you have all been amazing.
So, as always, thanks for reading, and happy simming!