Feeling Unimportant and Underappreciated

I’d like to start by apologizing to you all. Due to many things, I haven’t kept my word to you, and I am truly sorry. As a mom, I have been so busy keeping house, running errands, caring for Lucas, stressing out about a broken fridge, and family time that my mind just hasn’t been in the mood to blog.

Right now, I have a headache, a light fever, my body aches, and I am utterly exhausted. Lucas is 9 months old now, still isn’t crawling, but still wakes up once or twice a night. I’m not getting enough sleep and is now making me cranky.

Today in particular, I feel like I’m not important and unappreciated in the WoW community. I used to be a podcaster, but now I am just a casual player. Casual players make up the bulk in subscriptions, but instead of making us feel appreciated, valued, and important, Blizzard only rewards those whom they deem “important”. Mind you, I am so happy for the ones given special treatment and the like, but I can’t help but feel like I don’t matter.

I spend a lot of time on Twitter talking about WoW with other players as well as trying to interact with some of the developers, yet I notice many of the people who receive responses are the ones with podcasts, well-known blogs, websites, and the like. Please know that I’m not saying Blizzard should stop communicating, I only wish they would do something for the rest of us.

Off I go to deal with a screaming Lucas and take some more Tylenol.


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