I've been having a lot of stress in my RL and I've reached a point where I have to cut back on my extra-curricular activities of many kinds ... unfortunately this blog is more responsibility than I can handle at the moment. I'll be shutting it down indefinitely. Not ruling out returning in the future when I have a better handle on what to do and how to do it, but at this point you should think of this as my final post.
In the meantime, I'll still be in Second Life with my dear husband Alex Thaub but not undertaking any activities more strenuous than dancing and shopping and ... having fun. Thanks, and see you around the multiverse!
Saturday, 5 March 2016
Last night Alex and I were at the Friday night
Hosting by my friend Novs Morlim -- who coincidentally did the ceremonial duties at that surprise wedding I mentioned -- means that everyone is so engaged in the open channel, joking and
The Blacklight Sessions with DJ Lledge are at Ursa Oceanus (230,63,22) ... hope to see you there
Thursday, 14 January 2016
He's such a smooth talker. He got me in the chair, and
I finally found something that was worth cranking up a GIF maker for; this one was from GIFmaker.me and is both free and really easy to use.
If you're curious, the hair credits are as follows (with Marketplace links to the demo as available):
Tableau Vivant: Smolderholder
And thanks to supermodel Alex Thaub for being patient while I did this!
Tuesday, 12 January 2016
The company's name is .ID. and these are their new mesh eyes. If you buy the fatpack you get a HUD that lets you switch among all 18 colours. You can get a trial pair on Marketplace here.
I don't receive payment or free stuff from .ID. or any other Second Life company; I just like their work and I think you will too.
Monday, 11 January 2016
Lapointe & Bastchild don't do a huge range of
If you'd like to check out Project Limited, there's a SLURL here. I should mention that I don't get paid or given free products by L&B, I just like their work. I
Sunday, 20 December 2015
When we were nearly finished, Alex nudged me and whispered, "Don't make any sudden moves, but look over towards the garage and see what the dogs were keeping an eye on." Sure enough, a little family of deer had wandered in, searching for food. Tiger wanted to protect the property, of course, and was anxious to chase them away; Porky and Petunia were merely curious. The deer could apparently tell we meant them no harm, but we didn't get any
It felt like Christmas, to be able to feed some hungry strangers who don't have the same easy life that we do. Alex and I hope you have the opportunity to make your Christmas meaningful by making life better for someone else. And I'll post our Christmas card later today!