Hey guys, it’s Yhunagurl, back after five years if I did my math right… or maybe more, since I remember going back on to announce my “comeback” and then disappearing back into the wild.
Anyways, I doubt anyone would ever read this—but, if you’re one of the returning visitors who still regularly checks this blog (which I doubt, since this blog has been inactive for so… long) then you’re in for some luck, because this blog finally has some new content (which is this post)! If you’re not one of the returning visitors, then uh, you could safely ignore this post I suppose since you most likely never had some sort of emotional attachment to this blog that’s been put together very crudely by a 10-or-so year old and reading this could feel very awkward for you.
I don’t think I have any real reasons on why I am writing a post on a blog that’s been up for years. I guess I decided to take a trip down the memory lane to relieve some parts of my childhood (and middle school shivers) out of nostalgia. Looking around, I sometimes wonder how this blog got so popular despite its unrefined look and poorly written posts by me (Felissia, Julianne, and others were more comprehensible). However, I could understand how and why its popularity skyrocketed. It’s just… something I wouldn’t expect, even while looking back at it.
After learning that Dizzywood and BABV shut down—quite possibly, forever—it made me realize how the mods (I am speaking on their behalf) and I have grown up. The majority of kids who had played these games were children our age, and most of them have all moved on with their lives. Haaahhh, I didn’t even realize how long it’s been. Undeniably, these games were something I’ve devoted my time and life to, and after hearing the news that these two games will be gone for good, it opened my eyes that things do come and go, and that this is one of those instances. I’m not particularly bitter or dejected about it, though. I quit long before I foresaw that they would eventually disappear, but hearing the news alleviated all my bittersweet memories of this charming blog and the times I’ve had with other people while playing those games.
Anyways, I’ve decided that writing this post would give this blog some sort of closure if it hasn’t already. I’ve decided to not delete this blog for memory’s sake, which was something I’ve decided a long time ago.. I had fun running this blog even if it was only for a short while, and I hope the mods and other people did, too. It’s been real guys, and this is probably the last post you would ever hear from me even if you weren’t really expecting that. I must admit that running this blog is probably one of the moments during my childhood that I truly cherish, and just being with you all was not a waste of my time. But, life goes on.
Yhuna, signing off.