I haven’t done a collaboration post in a long time, and who better to do it with than my good friend Gloria? We recently shopped the erratic sale and decided to do a blog post on our purchases. How do I know we are good friends?
Twenty percent skill
Fifteen percent concentrated power of will
Five percent pleasure
Fifty percent pain
And a hundred percent reason to remember the name
– Fort Minor, Remember the Name
**Note: For some reason, formatting this post was hard – the spacing is all over the place and not how I set it. So if something looks weird, know that most of the time doing this post was fighting with the spacing format 🙂
As I sit here, still in my party clothes from the other night, I can still feel the energy from our event at The Fashion Loft. You can check out the TFL FB page for photos from the event here.
Hey guys! So, we have made it not only to the end of the month, but to the end of 2018…wow. So what are your plans for New Year’s Eve?
If I haven’t said this before, if you don’t want to go out on the grid in sweats which shopping, just throw on a trench coat. If you have a few more minutes, you can add some cool accessories to elevate your look.
Hey guys! Today I went shopping at the Hair Fair. I needed something to go with my current outfit, so luckily I had some time to shop for some hair.
There seems to be something in the air lately. I have seen a lot of bickering among friends – the most recent on social media. And as I talk to the parties involved, and seeing how stressed out the parties are, one word goes through my mind. Why?
I have had my own share of issues, and the feelings that ensued I have not felt in a while, since my RPG Mafia days. In those days, I learned how to work under high pressure situations, because literally things that you said or did could and would result in the end of your game character. At the same time, when I used to read back on old logs and such, I realized how high-strung I was (for me, anyway). I felt like I had to walk on eggshells with some people, because they were a bunch of drama-filled people who were miserable or had no lives outside of the game. The last major interaction I had with one of them was when she second-guessed my RL education…that it “didn’t make sense” to have the degrees that I had. And I was always on the defensive – outside my circle of friends, I always had to watch what I said or else someone would get offended and that could set someone or something off. That and more was eventually why i left that community.
This question was brought to you by the Second Life Friends Facebook group…
“Do you see your avatar as your digital projection in a virtual medium, an expression of your personality, or as a pawn in a game?”