I wish I had the time to update this site as frequently as I once did, the energy to code as I previously was, the time to manage all the hobbies and passions I once had before. Going through my old quotes and my (multitude) of old profiles, I watched how different I was as a person when I first joined in 2011 to my most recent work in 2015. It was an interesting 4 years to be frank, with me being a "quirky" teen at the ripe age of 13 trying to make quotes that seemed to describe all the teen angst I was going through at the time.
I learned a lot about a hobby that I wish I had let flourish a bit more. I didn't realize at the time that if I pushed myself harder than just out of fun that I could possibly make this into something more. I enjoyed having a creative outlet that fit into the technological advances at the time. Witty, too, was groundbreaking for the rest of us preteen folk. We all had energy to share with others, regardless of how silly or lighthearted it was at times.
It was great to meet other likeminded individuals who shared the same passions, same music, same interests. We all were similar in so many ways yet came from different countries, different lifestyles, different families. I intended to stay in touch with many of you all but as usual, life takes it's toll and we continue to what we were placed on this earth to do.
For a bit about myself -- I am now in university and almost finished. I have taken in interest in sociology and helping those who are not as privileged as myself to be able to navigate this world. I also have a new found interest in being active and just getting out and enjoying the world beneath my feet. I still enjoy listening to obscure music every now and then. I still enjoy reading books. I, however, only have the time to open my laptop to write essays and check whatever is required by my professor. There are instances where I wander over to Witty and see if anyone else is still active. (Surprise! There are a few.)
I do plan on growing my coding knowledge again. I won't be coming back to code here but maybe you'll be able to identify me on what platform I do decide to take up. That's the least I can hope!
I hope everyone's own endeavors are going as well as possible. While Witty's popularity has lessened, we can be happy that our own achievements our flourishing. This isn't an end, but rather a beginning for many of us who are beginning to enter our own adulthood. Maybe one of us will create the Witty successor.
With my last, real, fully designed quote being in 2015, I think it's safe to say that my quote making will not be ignited again anytime soon. So, officially, here I am, signing off.