July 2, 2014

Post #3: Creation Of My Blog

Hi there!

I didn't get to make this blog post this morning so I will make it now instead. :) On my last blog post I talked about how I made my Wizard101 account nearly five years ago (July 4th, 2009) and a little bit about my ice wizard, Edward Wintergem. It still feels like yesterday that I met Headmaster Ambrose the first time and helped him fight off Malistaire in the tutorial. I also remember begging for gifts from people.. LOL wait what? Edward begging for membership and crowns in the commons? Yes.. It happened! :P

After begging for gifts on my ice wizard, I met a friend that told me that I needed to be careful with my account because someone could steal it if I asked them to give me crowns by taking my account. I'm not going to lie to you, one time long ago I did tell someone I was going to give them my account in exchange for crowns and a membership.. I'm glad I didn't because I wouldn't be here blogging on my four year old blog getting ready to enter my fifth year of Wizard101! NEVER give away your password or you'll never get to celebrate every year of Wizard101/Pirate101. I want you to keep your wizard like I have kept mine all of these years. :)

I ended up creating a blog with Mary Dreamshade on May 10th, 2010. Mary's blog was called The Pie Loving Necromancer and my blog was called Wizard101... I know that's a crazy name, so I changed it to The Life Of A Wizard and then Around the Spiral with Edward Lifegem and now... Around the Spiral with Edward Lifegem.. ;D I was inspired to blog because of The Friendly Necromancer, I remember reading some of his old posts back in late 2009, early 2010 and thought he was awesome *I still think he's awesome*. After I created my blog, I met up with the community even more than I had before! I will blog about that tomorrow with post #4.. :D Thank you for reading!!! :)

1 comment:

Chrissy The Blesser said...

OK what is the last picture about?
Great stuff and I am so glad you matured past the begging stage. Great that you learned from it and are being the good mentor that you are.
Chrissy The Blesser