The Loewe Legacy was nominated for the Memory Lane Challenge by three amazing Simmers! It’s always a great pleasure to receive one of these nominations. I feel so incredibly loved right now ❤
Thank you, Fluffymao!
Thank you, Raymond!
Thank you, Sempreviva!
You might wonder what’s that thing doing over there in the left corner, on the exact spot where a green road sign saying ‘Memory Lane’ should be. As most of you know very well, I’m a crazy person who enjoys creating loads of extra content for the story. I also adore collecting all these beautiful badges that come with the Blogger Awards! This challenge doesn’t come with any badge, probably because it’s a challenge, not an award… but should I be concerned? Nope! Anywho, I created this pretty badge for my own collection of badges, but if you like it feel free to use it on your blogs! ^_^
Rules for the Memory Lane Challenge:
Congratulations! You’ve been nominated for a totally legit award.
1. Get a gold star and stick it on your forehead like a boss.
2. Share FIVE of your favourite moments from your legacy/challenge/story so far.
3. Nominate 3-5 blogs to do the same.
Yes, Kate. That’s a golden star on your forehead.
This beautiful badge appeared on this blog already two months ago when my new friend Sempreviva nominated the Loewe Legacy for the Liebster Award… then these pretty flowers blossomed again around a month ago, simply because there are these amazing people such as Fluffymao, the author of The Mayfields and The Diabolical Legacy, who always think of me when it comes to Blogger Awards and don’t mind that I take forever to accept their nomination ^_^
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I have finally managed to write this! It’s hard to believe, but I almost thought I wouldn’t finish writing this episode… ever. Luckily, I didn’t give up and persevered and even though it took me around two months to get through all those screenshots (seriously, I need to stop taking so many of them) and a partial writer’s block (I knew what I wanted to write, but the words just wouldn’t come to me) I am happy to let you all know that the long-awaited update is heeeeeeere!
P.S. I apologize in advance for any (and I know there are many) grammatical mistakes, so please try to bear with me. My English is still a work in progress and dealing with all those past tenses just makes my brain go mrpfvsnklskjpnhys%viyxz@envnslk! 😣😣😣