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Sunset Drive

A road named "Sunset Drive" with a sunset in the background.

Growing up, I've never really a fan of goodbyes. I was always used to the idea of something or someone new entering my life, but I've always struggled at the thought of them leaving. This was always the case for me, it seemed. I'm just not used to saying goodbyes.

Before I get into the nitty-gritty of this post, I might as well start off with how I am doing right now. Well, first and foremost, I'm living just fine—I've never felt better. I haven't actually reached a point in life where I basically have almost no problems and I can just focus on developing who I am. Oh, and my team and I won the Microsoft hackathon, plus the news was featured on APC's website, so that's a first.

Words can't actually describe the feeling of being able to attend events like that hackathon and actually winning it. But I just want to give a shout out to the family that's helping me right now, as they made it all possible. They've given me so much for so little. All they ever asked from me was to study well and be a good person, and, not letting them down, I wanted to win the hackathon for them—to at least show them their efforts are not in vain. Secondly, I want to thank my mom and sister, as well as my family in my prior house.

So now that's over, I want to say the reason why I made this post.

I'm probably sure you know by now my situation with my dad is extremely volatile, and I resent him with a passion. Recently, he did something very disgusting, and it just showed how much of a monster he can be. The truth is, I know he reads my blog and my posts so that he can know how I'm doing and all. I sure as hell don't want him to know how I'm doing. Although I can try to block him from viewing my blog, it's essentially worthless to actually try to do it because he'll find a way to circumvent any actions to prohibit him from seeing my blog.

After much thought, I was left with two options: let him see how I'm doing and just continue to blog like normal or just stop blogging. I didn't like either option, to be honest, so I had to meet the situation halfway. My solution was this: blog every now and then, and do it every so often and basically go into a hiatus.

And, well, here we are, at Sunset Drive.

I'll still continue to excel and do well in improving my skills—especially my art. What I really want to do in life for the meantime is shine and show to my dad that his choice of abandoning us was a horrible decision.

I'm really sorry for going on hiatus in the meantime, but I won't stop blogging. Maybe I might continue blogging as someone else, under a different name, and only my friends will know of my new blog. Who knows? Whatever may happen, I just hope that my dad won't have any part in it—and the same applies for any major event in my life.

I hope he finally leaves us alone. He should just go back to his life and focus on it. After all, he made the conscious decision to leave us in real life, so it would make sense for him to leave us alone on the Internet.

So, goodbye for now. I hope to see you all on the other side.

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