I swore at the ice cream truck because it was right outside my window with its blaring loud music.
When she was eleven, she started posting from her first account, KittyBoo1311. At first, she went inactive for a long stretch of time before engaging more in the communities. Her first posts were innocent enough, the type to be expected from a new Miiverse user before their corruption.
Lily spent months in this blissful state, asking what OCs and RPs were (and not getting answers), using her activity feed to post anything off-topic, and being satisfied with four 'Yeahs'.
One day (March 22, 2015, to be exact), Lily discovered the Wii Fit U community, inquiring "What is this community for, anyway? I don't really see a lot concerning Wii Fit U." For a while afterwards, she seemed to have little-to-no interest in the WFUC.
On March 27, 2015, Lily posted in the YouTube Community for the very first time, sparking a long-lasting interest in the community. From that point on, she increasingly made her art and off-topic posts there.
Lily officially joined the WFUC on April 6, 2015.
On the same day, she received an error message locking her out of Miiverse, most likely due to the admins figuring out her age.
Deciding the best thing to do was format her 3DS system memory and create a new NNID , she copied every single one of her posts into a Microsoft Word document, wept, and said goodbye.
Using her current account, KittyBoo131, Lily got back into the swing of things fairly quickly. This time, she made sure to avoid anything that might put her on the admin's blacklist.
Most of her pre-redesign posts were in the WFU, YouTube, and TomoDachi Life communities. When she left the WFUC, she relocated to the Pokemon Art Academy, Youtube, and Animal Crossing: New Leaf Communities.