Hey, Angie here! It’s been like… 2 years or so since the last chapter. I feel like I might have lied to some of you, and I’m sorry about that. I decided recently to officially end Different. It’s not that I want to, or that I lost interest, but merely that I don’t have time. Since the last chapter, I’ve graduated high school and I’m going into college soon; additionally, so much has happened in my life (I’ve moved like four times since 2013, battled sicknesses and depression, lost friends, etc). I start school the 21st or so of August, and by then it’ll have been more than 2 years.

But I digress.

I’m sorry to anyone who hoped I would continue Different. Maybe one day, being that I love Shiloh and all of the characters so much.. but probably not. Sims is really hard to find time for when you’re a *shudders* responsible adult. So I guess you could say it’s officially over. I’ve finished writing his actual story and started the next generation; I’ll upload it some time. (Shiloh and Malibu would have 4 kids, Aggy, Elixir, Solstice and Denver; I can’t remember Aggy’s berry name, I played with the thought of her as a regular person too much. Elixir was gonna have a best friend who died and they were gonna travel the world together so Elixir does it in memory of her best friend. One time Elixir’s plane crashes and she lands on a monarchy island. The royal family takes her in and since theres a war going on at that point in time on the island, Elixir joins as a soldier bc she has no clue what shes doing with her life. The prince, Indigo, recently lost his sister Raven in the war. They hate each other at first, but they end up falling in love and Elixir becomes a princess. It’s actually really intense.)

On another note, I wanted to thank anyone who’s still out there for being there! I’ve had this story since I was like, 13, and it’s been such a huge part of my life. You guys have been too. I probably wouldn’t be the weirdo I am today without Different and you guys. So thank you. (thank you for being a friend… whoops this aint the golden girls) I love you guys so much and if you want, I’ll keep you updated but that seems like it would be fruitless. Either way, thank you for shaping me as a person. I’ll always remember Different fondly due to its loyal readers, my fans.

If you wanted to know, I’ll be studying Graphic Design and business. I hope to be a graphic designer in the future. Fingers crossed. Thank you to anyone who’s reading this. I love you guys.

In the words of Jim Halpert (a perfect Shiloh imo),

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Generation Five- Shiloh: Chapter 26


“Anything yet?” Knocking on the door, I leaned against it. There was a sigh.

“That’s the fifth time you’ve asked.” Continue reading

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Generation Five- Shiloh: Chapter 25

My friend Anna made a playlist for this chapter, and I loved it too much to keep it to myself, so here you go!


Of all of my siblings, Flare got married first. It was ironic, really; he was the biggest player of any of us. No one expected it. Yet, there we were, sitting at his wedding reception.  Continue reading

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hey hi yooo im not dead !!! im sorry i havent been updating, mental crap has been getting in the way and its kind of hard to write about falling in love when you haven’t ever been. haha

but i have been working super hard on pictures and planning out the rest of shiloh’s generation so if you’re still reading then don’t go anywhere because it’s about to get good!!!

as a sort of apology gift for not posting i give you this to speculate on uvu

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Generation Five- Shiloh: Chapter 24


My feet pounded against the treadmill. I was running pretty fast for a guy with a busted knee. Rock music was blasting through the speakers on the TV and I was just kind of in the zone.

Malibu had forced me to go to a therapist, and the first thing she told me was that I should start walking and running again. Odd medical advice, honestly. I had always been told not to put any weight on a broken bone. Oh well, running was fun for me. And I looked good doing it, too. I had even put a mirror up so I could watch myself while running. Continue reading

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Generation Five- Shiloh: Chapter 23


Last night didn’t exactly turn out how you would have thought it would.

I think I was sitting in that chair for hours, just thinking about how well things were finally going and trying to ignore the hangover I had. Continue reading

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Generation Five- Shiloh: Chapter 22

The doorbell chimed and I jogged towards the door, swinging it open.


“Welcome to the party- Ew, it’s you,” I fake-grimaced as I saw the Mellows. They were the first ones- like always- to show up for the Fourth of July party. Bru rolled his eyes and came inside, closely followed by a five-year-old son and daughter duo. They ran off once they got inside and Bru just laughed. Whisper was carrying a picnic basket but Bru took it from her, and she glared at him.

“I could have gotten it,” she scowled playfully.

“Aww, did little Red Riding Hood come bearing sweet treats?” I snickered. Whisper stuck her tongue out at me. Continue reading

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