What rain cannot wash away, are our memories and heart connections. The friendships we make in this virtual existence is by no means frivolous or vapid. They hold true, and they are as real as the rain soaked bygones of the past.
Neva Crystal’s Baby’s Ear is where I spent the majority of the afternoon yesterday taking in the rustic scenes of a tranquil country side and just feeling that calm and serenity I so badly needed. If you have toured through Neva’s other projects and locations her artistic signature is like none other in SL. Every scene, every nuance has a nostalgia that resounds in all of us. Back to a time where life was simply, uncluttered. Choose Your SL Adventure is a series I once started ohhh way back when, during some early morning insomnia fit. And just like you fellow blogger, sometimes you just start things and think they’re an awesome idea! Then time and the busy-ness of life gets in the way and yadda yadda back burner etc etc. Well, my yadda yadda is pretty much open for a while, and this time I’d like to try a different approach to the normal SL travelogs, with the addition of machinima. I’m still working out the the wurbles and the bleeps so to speak …
On9 for the month of July will be featuring 48 designers on the roster, each presenting exclusive and discounted items in accessories, apparel, hair, home decor and more.
For lack of a sexier headline, today is going to be pretty chill around here, now that I’ve surrounded myself with ample reading material.
Whilst convalescing in the comfort of my living room in the middle of a rare Seattle heat-wave, I wanted to ‘get out’ and get some serious shopping done. The really nice thing about living in the metaverse, is that you are in control of the weather :D OH and the really pretty stuff that is out at FaMESHed right now, yes that’s really nice too. I’ve completely gone bonkers over Ariskea’s Tropic themed purse right now. It brings me back memories of home, my mom, and shopping the Lahaina Cannery Mall. Simpler times, and well loved themes, that’s what I’m all about today anyway. I hope you have a magnificent weekend and to fellow state-siders, Happy Independence Day! Top: Rebel Hope South Beach Mesh Bikini Top | FaMESHed Bottom: Rebel Hope South Beach Mesh Sarong in aqua | FaMESHed Jewelry: LaGyo Shailene Earrings and Necklace | FaMESHed Bag: Ariskea Tropic Handbag (Hawaiian Forest) | FaMESHed Glasses: Livalle Twilight Aviator Shades Tattoo: Aitui Vintage Hawaii Hair: booN DIS379 with booN cornrows hairbase Head: Genesis Lab Lilith …
It’s a bit of a classic chic, meets minimalism, meets monochrome kind of morning here at Cozey.
As Second Life’s week long mother of birthday bashes comes to its second week (performances are now over, onto the viewing!) , I can’t help but smile at all the snapshots that were taken at my exhibit and ponder what went through the minds of each passerby as they read the poems. This whole week has definitely exceeded my expectations of ‘What Dreams May Come’.
The afternoon has peaked, and the sun makes its inevitable descent, but that shouldn’t deter a candlelit setting by any means.
It took some time, and a lot of elbow grease, maybe a smidgen of caffeine, but I finally submitted my “What Second Life Means to Me” video in honor of Second Life’s 12th Community Celebration. If you haven’t had a chance to check out the rest of the entries, its just a matter of entering the title in the search or by visiting the Second Life official blog. I’ve also put all of my past videos/slideshows onto one page on the blog which you can find by clicking here or under the Contact info at the top menu. Thanks for dropping by today, and do check out the credits for all the fashion-y stuff. *Shoes: Essenz’ Hanover (Maitreya High Feet) | Shiny Shabby *Bag: MSS Leather Tote Bag (checker) | On9 *Hairbow: Elysium Lola Headbow | On9 *Necklace: Kunglers Extra Tathar Necklace Dress: Ison Wrap Side Dress | Collabor88 Watch: Mandala Kotowari Hair: Truth’ Randa | New Pose: Del May Glance Location: Indie Heights
It’s not sooo messy that a few tealights and ivy can’t fix now is it?