Hey guys! Welcome to part 2 in my 10 years reflection of Second Life. Today, I will revisit some old haunts that are still around. And I will answer some questions about the past 10 years. It kinda reminded me of the question that I was asked to answer for ECLIPSE magazine.
When I logged into Second Life on December 26, 2009, I was promised a place where I could go to parties, dress up in cute clothing, and do pretty much anything that I could do in Real Life. Now, a little over 10 years later, it’s time to reflect on my experiences. Maybe I will do a 2 parter – one to catch you up on what I have been doing in the days after my rez day, and then another for reflection.
Let’s start off with the Decade Challenge!
Blacklace is back in action, and just in time for the holidays! Check out Julia – a cute holiday set that comes in 5 corset patterns, and 4 lace colors.
Hey guys! How did everyone spend their Christmas? In real life I went over to a friend’s house to celebrate. She had moved in September, but since I was doing a fashion show in SL I wasn’t able to attend her housewarming party. I know – you aren’t supposed to postpone RL for SL lol. But she told me like maybe 10 days before and the show and her party started at the same time. I made macaroni and cheese and potato salad.
I actually didn’t do too much on SL for Christmas. But there has been a lot happening on the grid.
I know some of you were wondering about the photo that I posted on Flickr 10 days ago. “Why is Moni hugging a reindeer?” I was taking pictures at Old Town, and I thought it would be cute. That was actually supposed to be a blog post on its own, but didn’t quite work out the way I wanted. So, Part 2!
It feels weird to talk about Thanksgiving and Black Friday sales right at the end of November. But we can’t control how the holidays will fall; we just celebrate them as they come.
Hey guys! How has your November been so far?
I hope everyone has had a productive month. If not, you have three days to do something that can define how you will remember this month. For people living in the United States, this week is Thanksgiving week. Yes, I say week because by the time you clean up your house, buy all the things from the supermarket, and then cook up a storm for your family and/or guests, that will basically be a week. You may be getting ready to go out for Thanksgiving evening – what to wear, right?