I've been thinking lately, I haven't played video games in something around a month. I mean, I promised myself as a kid that I would always be something of a kid, always play these games that I knew made me happy, but now I find myself forgetting all about them.
That might not be very shocking to a lot of you, and some of you still are probably screaming "a month? What could possibly occupy you for a month that you never once turned to video games?" I know, imaginary latter guys and gals, it's a shocker, but it's my reality these days. Dealing with college and everything that comes with the package, it's actually not that crazy.
And that's the unfortunate thing. That life keeps giving you more and more as you progress through the levels of the predetermined life of the modern world, that it's built into the system that you will let go of the things it finds useless, whether you like it or not. I don't mean to sound all depressing, I'm actually really happy with my life, it's just surprising when you look back and really see what you've cut out for the new things. I know this has nothing to do with my last post, but hopefully you're all interested anyway!