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Author: Meg // A Geeky Gal
I'm Meg! I'm a blogger and YouTuber based in St. Louis, originally from Alabama. A 3D modeler by day and geek extraordinaire by night. I love anime, space buns, geek fashion, tiny dogs with Star Wars names, cosplay, eating potato chips, gaming, snuggling my favorite Irishman, and reading manga, comics, and books.
Hey y’all! Today I’m building a huge cottage estate for a pair of fairy witches and their children! This is the biggest build I have done to date. I played with the terrain tools a lot (probably too much), but I liked how it all turned out in the end.
No voice over for this speed build! I just didn’t have the spoons this week. I also didn’t put in ALL the footage because that would have been a several hour long video. So please enjoy some speed build snippets, gorgeous after shots, and some chill, dreamy music. 🙂
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Despite loving the Sims 4 and regularly making Sims 4 YouTube videos, I have yet to write any pack reviews on the blog! Shame on me. I have plans for some future pack reviews that involve the older Sims 4 expansions, game packs, stuff packs and kits, but today I’m reviewing the latest expansion pack to hit EA’s website: Cottage Living.
As a part of GeekDis, a creative collaboration to shine a light on disability representation in pop culture, I am bringing you my three favorite characters with PTSD to talk about what the writers got right. PTSD, or Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, is a mental health condition that is triggered by experiencing or witnessing a life-threatening event. PTSD is not something that only affects soldiers. It can affect you; it can affect anyone. It affects me. I knew GeekDis was the perfect opportunity to finally talk about some of my favorite characters who also suffer from PTSD as well as discuss what the writers got right about PTSD and how it affects us.
Please note that I am not a professional, and I am simply basing this on what I have gone through as diagnosed by my therapist as well as the official definition and symptoms of PTSD. All experiences will vary, and no case of PTSD is the same as another.
Hey y’all! Today I’m playing Obscure, a 2004 survival horror game where I can control 5 characters as we explore a high school to find our lost Hey y’all! Today I’m playing Obscure, a 2004 survival horror game where I can control 5 characters as we explore a high school to find our lost friend and uncover clues about the strange occurrences happening on campus! In this episode, we begin exploring the classrooms and make our way to the library. On the way, another character joins our group!
Webtoons are a big fave here on the blog. They kept me going through the pandemic and have become a part of my nightly routine. I even count them as a part of my weekly reading goal. I saw Annie over at Evening Tea Musings pose the question: what Webtoon stories would work well in anime? We’re seeing Webtoons get live action adaptations like Love Alarm (Netflix), Sweet Home (Netflix), True Beauty(Rakutan Viki), and others! So why not anime too?! Today I am sharing my top 5 action Webtoons that need their own anime. Netflix? Are you getting this?