Well, here's an "extended update" of sorts... I feel bad for neglecting this little site, but feel slightly (not much) better when I remember that it's about the same treatment that my new website is getting too. I always tell people "oh yeah, you're probably a lot busier than me, because all I do is school and maybe some odd volunteering and then stay home," but I guess it's not actually that simple seeing as life has really been gnawing off my asscheek for the past five months. 2020 = nobody can do anything, so nobody's busy. 2021 = everybody can do almost everything again, so everybody's busy...

Luckily, summer is coming (there's only one more month of school left), so I'll have time not only to overhaul lemonish.net but probably give some purpose to this place here too. (Mind that I said I'd have time, not that I'd actually get to it at an efficient time. Hey, I'm sorry, but you'd make no promises too if your brain was as much of a fried egg as mine.) Oh, and I'm not done typing this, but I have to get up and go to my next class now, so one moment...

Okay, where were we? I don't have a lot more to say than what I already put down up there. If you have any idea of what to put here now that it's not my main website anymore, let me know. There are a lot of possibilities but none of them are sticking out to me as patricularly appealing at the moment. Some ideas were:

Lastly, an extra thought: I never paid much mind to trying to "grow" my website on Neocities. I actually found it kind of contradictory to me having a Neocities site in the first place; making your own website is one way to escape the pressure of constant business-type "growth" on social media sites. Some of you who I follow/who follow me have tons of followers here, though, and I have a weird sense of secondhand pride about it because I remember when some of your sites were brand new. It's been almost two years since I started my own. It's just nice. Okay, that's really it, so you can go back to your more important endeavors now. Thanks for taking the time to read this thing.

— Leon