If you’re anything like me, you may be experiencing some intense nostalgia lately. Honestly, for me late 90s, early 2000s are hitting hard. I’ve been missing my life as a mall rat. You know, calling my friends on my hot pink flip phone, hopping in my Beetle and heading to the mall to lurk, boy watch, and
I came across a new Second Life destination while doing one of the Drivers of SL grid drives. If you have done one of these, they are essentially Second Life road trips, led by a really cool GPS navigator that takes you around different mainland regions. The grid drives usually have a theme or some sort of role play component.
Ready to celebrate the new round of Equal10 with some cash in your pocket? Me too, honey. Equal10 is sponsoring a fabulous $50,000L giveaway just for us so we can all ball out.
Now, my Second Life avatar is all about makeup but I am no makeup pro in real life. However, I do like to dabble. One thing that’s made me really interested in makeup is 1. this transition to being in front of a camera and some pretty intense lights and 2. playing dress up to match my Second Life avatar.
One of my all time favorite things to do in Second Life has always been role play. The reason I decided to play Second Life were because of some of these role play communities. I remember early in my Second Life, I used to
Back at it again with another giveaway. I think it’s safe to say, I am thoroughly obsessed with this new body. I’m also pretty surprised by the amount of passionate opposition for it.
New store Inithium, the wonder child of the creators who brought the Sking bodies, has released a body for those of us who like some dramatic curves and some not so subtle bits and pieces.
Hello, my darling neglected blog. I’m sorry I’ve forsaken you. However, I am back with a peek into the life of a Second Life creator.