Constant Evolution 2

Here's a funny thing! Not funny as in "OMG I can't breath rolling-on-the-floor laughing-out-loud", but funny as in: "oh, that's interesting" with a bemused smile. So only a few days ago, or was it a week already, because *exclamative* time is so *exclamative* illusive... Anyhoo, I did a little post on the evolution of items... Continue Reading →

Virtual beach therapy 3

Picture it... The splashing sounds of the waves breaking upon the beach, the occasional not-too-intrusive cries of seagulls, a pool float gently rocking on the waves in a small area of the ocean that's been cordoned off by a low wall, to stop you from bobbing off in your sleep and waking up in the... Continue Reading →

Virtual Beach Therapy 2

If you don't know what to do, or perhaps more importantly, don't know where to go in Second Life™, you can click the destinations button in your toolbar for some inspiration. I rather like the Editor's pick section because it constantly changes and it has guided me to some quite exciting destinations. Alternatively you can... Continue Reading →

The Cardigan

Apparently the cardigan was named after James Brudenell, the 7th Earl of Cardigan who did some things during the Crimean war (I'm paraphrasing). Supposedly he "invented" the garment after he noticed that the tails of his coat had accidentally been burned off in a fire (clumsy sod). Well wasn't he just the very model of... Continue Reading →

I’m a Lover Not a Fighter

While I do admire the athleticism and grace involved in martial arts, the only punches I have thrown in real life have been accidental ones. Surely most of us have unintentionally hit someone right in the kisser while putting on a sweater in a hurry. No? Just me then. For those in Second Life™ who... Continue Reading →

Extended Outdoorsiness

When I moved from not so sunny Belgium to somewhat colder Sweden, I noticed that people here are more invested in the idea of using their gardens, patios and balconies later in the season, aided by various types of outdoor heating. Slowly but surely the typical Swedish indoor cosiness has found its way to what... Continue Reading →

Another kind of good weather

I'm enjoying a blissful couple of weeks off from work, spending time with friends and family and myself, leaving less time for Second Life blogging. Then again, Second Life is recreational, so of course I can squeeze in some SL time every now and again while I'm on holiday. Shutterfield has a couple of rustic... Continue Reading →

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