Coming Home

Hey guys! As I said in my previous post, I am happy to be back in Second Life, and blogging too ^^ It took a lot for me to be able to get back online, and I think I may talk about my experience with getting a custom built computer in another blog post. To be honest, it’s not all that it’s cracked up to be.

Coming Home - Moni's World by Monica QuerrienLocation: Hollywood Airport
Skin: Glam Affair – Angelica V2 – Jamaica 03
Hair: “”D!va“” Hair “Bambi” (Type A)(Citrine)
Earrings: Indyra/Indy&Co.: Glam Warrior Earrings
Hoodie + Shirt: coldLogic – graves.blue
Jeans: Foxes – Skinny Jeans – navy
Bag: Color.Me.H.O.F Mesh [Duffel Bag[Vintage] (n/a)
Shoes: REIGN.- SOVEREIGN WEDGES- Tan
Rings: Izzie‘s – Midi Rings gold
Pose: Animated walk from Isomotion

The last time I was away from Second Life for ~ 2 months, I came back homeless (twice over), my best friend at the time had moved in on her girlfriend’s sim and wasn’t overly concerned about my well-being even though she lived with me before, and I lost a number of “friends”. To people  who delete just because you haven’t seen them online in a while (and don’t ask about their well-being), you’re not really a friend. This time however, my close friend and roommate not only kept our residence and my photo studio afloat, she even helped at the rental place where I work. Thanks, Bunny! 🙂 Another notable good friend is Khitt I liked how she would send me tidbits of information from time to time to keep me in the loop of things. Thanks, Khitt!

Whenever people leave SL for a time, I think to a degree everyone wonders about the following:

1. How much has SL changed since the last time I’ve been here?
2. Are my friends still my friends, and are they around?
3. Did my favorite store/club/sim close?
4. Do I need a new wardrobe?
5. How long will it take me to get back into the swing of things?
6. Is SL worth staying around, or am I good without it?

Even in real life, when we leave our hometown for a time and then come back, we notice all of the changes that took place. Certain streets look completely different because most of the old stores closed and changed into something different. The neighborhood’s demographics may have changed, which also influences what kind of businesses open. Do the changes make you miss the neighborhood, or do you just miss what it used to be and you are ready to move on?

 I still have a bit of adjustment to do, so enjoy and stay tuned! ^^

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