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A showcase of posts from Second Life Bloggers in the community. Are you a blogger that wants to join the Second Life Blogger Network (SLBN)? Fill out the submission form today! https://community.secondlife.com/blogs/entry/2627-introducing-the-second-life-blogger-network"

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Strawberry Linden

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"To try and succinctly define Milly Sharple’s work is an exercise in futility. To call it diverse is an understatement. Known to many across the grid and the globe for her fractal works, her art encompasses so much more. Her masterful execution not just of fractals, but of photography, photo manipulation, portraiture, cubism, and myriad other styles, methods and media make her a one woman powerhouse of art. " Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

Negly : Solidarity

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"I love the meaning of Solidarity as a “willingness to give psychological and/or material support when another person is in a difficult position or needs affection.” (Wikitionary). In times of uncertainty, sickness and solitude, let’s stay together in unity by giving a hand of compassion, kindness, generosity and love to all those who need it." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

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"I decided to change the season around my home so I went and bought the autumn shade pack of the trees I already own and I will be slowly swopping out the summer planting to autumnal and I will admit I have a slight twinge of regret as I think I had the landscaping so perfect that to see it changing it making me wish I didn’t start." Read more on the blog.

Strawberry Linden

Sadie : I’m Responsible?


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"As I stared down at the bill in front of me, I wrinkled my forehead. My eyes narrowed as I stared at the strange “customer service” charge. I scanned over to see the new $10 charge. I scratched my head and let out a deep breath. After I checked my notes I recalled what the issue had been. So, I called customer service." Read more on the blog.

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