Chapter 72 marked the 100th post here on Eternally Yours. As I prepare to finish out Mollie’s part in this saga and move on the the next generation I am filled with many emotions. Gratitude for you, my readers, is at the top of my list.
This has been a very important project to me over the past year. My personal blog, which has been around since 2010, has fewer posts than this legacy. Writing this story has sparked a creativity that was snuffed out years ago. I just needed a boost to get the juices flowing again and now here we are nearly 80 chapters later.
My readers have stood by me through thick and thin. You’ve dealt with my disappearances, my whining, my writer’s block. You’ve helped me stand again after my surgeries, the death of my grandmother, and changing colleges and majors. You’ve listened, you’ve cheered, and you’ve mourned with me.
Most of all you’ve been my friends. For that I am forever grateful.
Please join me on a walk down memory lane as I take a moment to remember the Lox family and the Hanks family.
It’s a long walk but scrolling to the bottom is worth it! The last picture is of the young adult Penny and Olivia. Also if you leave your Sims 3 screen name and a link to your wishlist you will be gifted an item (up to 100 simpoints) from your wishlist.
And the big reveal…
So, there you have it. The Lox-Hanks legacy through the years. I appreciate you sticking around for this walk of remembrance. There will be an official birthday post in the coming days.
Remember to leave your Sims 3 screen name and a link to your wishlist in the comments and you will receive a gift from your wishlist (up to 100 simpoints).
Thank you again for all your support and friendship. I hope you will stick around for the next generation.