So it’s been a few weeks and I have been busy writing and playing this legacy and reading some great stories so I haven’t worked on the site pages as much as I’d like to have.
When I stopped blogging a couple of years ago I also stopped reading blogs and playing Sims altogether. The Sims 4 just came out and while I was first to preorder and play a demo at a games expo I was devastatingly disappointed when the game was released. No toddlers. No pools. No thank you. My computer crashed shortly after and Sims 3 was wiped and the thought of reinstalling all the games and content again for the hundredth time (more like tenth) put me off especially now that I was pregnant and looking forward to being a mum.
But I’m babbling on so fast forward a couple of years and I hear toddlers have come to Sims 4 and my interest peaked and like a light bulb turning on Sims was all I could think about once again. I jumped onto my blogroll and found most authors stopped playing too so I had to start from scratch googling Sims legacies and searching the forums but it paid off and I found some awesome blogs to indulge my Sims addiction.
I feel it is about time I acknowledge these well deserved authors and update my legacy links page. If you haven’t already read these fantastic blogs I suggest you do there are a variety of styles and viewer ratings for all ages and I hope to aspire to their level one day.
I also just wanted to add that in real life I am super shy and if I am not very active commenting on your blog that doesn’t mean I am not reading and enjoying. That like button is my saving grace so if you see a butterfly I am loving the chapter.
I keep all your blogs open in tabs and at least once a week I make my way up then down so I can catch up quickly and be fair.
You will find all links in the menu at the top of the page under Legacy Links.
I know it’s been a while… 2 years and 6 months to be exact but now I’m back and eager to write some more Sims projects.
I won’t bore you with what I’ve been up to but a little munchkin was added to my family so you can imagine I’ve been a little preoccupied with my first baby.
After playing with the Sims 4 for a bit I’m excited to begin a new legacy albeit a little different, completing The Ashfield Legacy made me realise that I’d never do another strict legacy with rules again, I drifted away from that as I focused more on the story.
Join Luke and Gabby as they reminisce through their family albums in the final chapter of The Ashfield Legacy.
I created this Legacy in 2012, my first post was on March 22 so I have been writing and playing this family for almost 3 years! I didn’t think that I would make it due to game crashes, bad CC, deleted files and lag but I persevered and I’m so glad that I did. When I began this legacy I hadn’t played the Sims in years or written anything creative in forever so it was all learning and getting back into things. Thanks to the Ashfield’s I feel inspired to create stories again and I love using my Sims to express them.
To all of you who have stuck by this slow legacy, I want to say a big thank you. If it had not been for your encouragement and support and for the little site hits that I see daily I would not have had the confidence or drive to continue. I am grateful that you have stuck around and I hope that you have no plans of going anywhere as I have many stories that I am dying to write, not to mention The Fairytale Legacy I am over half way through.
I have another two Ashfield updates for you and they will be the last for another couple of weeks. I do have holidays in a few weeks so expect another two at least in late September/early October, I am keen to play through as I am so close to the end. That being said I am also very sad that the end is near I have been playing the Ashfield’s for a year and a half and don’t want it to end.