I think it’s about time to lay this blog to rest.
I love Terra, I love the experiences we’ve been through and the distance I’ve come from the very beginning — I’d like to thank everyone for it all. I might pick her up again, and start over, who knows — but I will let this blog remain here. It’s unfortunate if I don’t ever return to her, but there are things you just can’t… Do. Besides, I’m not really forfeiting much, am I? Do any of you perhaps, even remember me?
I’m sure some of you do.
But I’m really sorry I’ll have to give her up. But this blog will be around, I’ll still be around on Tumblr but just not here. If you need me, follow me on my personal, you’ll find me roleplaying elsewhere as well though, don’t worry. I’ve never planned on quitting roleplaying or writing wholly.
Though guys, I’d like to make this quick. I’d like to say thanks to everyone, and feel free to unfollow.
“I fear I may not come around again…”
Basically, tumblr wants to be twitter.
- Missing-e and tumblr savior no longer work, period.
- You cannot add gifs to reblogs
- My friend’s old tags were eradicated
- A new tumblr post set-up is on a ‘skin’, and no longer can operate in a separate tab.
- Replies are screwed up.
- It probably won’t work on my nice new phone.
- RP-blogs in particular are screwed over.
I am so sorry to those who anticipated a post from me, but ever since my arrival I’ve been on a huge decline myself and I am incapable of writing anything out, what with upon arriving I attempted on writing one but I couldn’t because I know I have other things to settle on the next day. However, it took me longer than usual to drag myself out of bed afterwards because of the immediate shift in climate as well. Otherwise, knowing how much I lack in writing as of now, I’m going to take a break, and informing FFP after this entry is posted.
Anyhow, congratulations to those who have won in the first round of Giruvegan, and I am extremely sorry for my lackluster and incapability.
Trying hard to make out a Giruvegan post, but I’m swaying in my seat from a 7 hours of flight, and the tiring journey back home and unpacking.